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Suggested Reference Sources

  • Encyclopedia Britannica – several classic editions in the Green Library Information Center (call numbers start with AE5 .E363): See how the bicycle is discussed in 1895, 1910, 1926, 1968, 1995, 2005
  • The encyclopedia of Transportation (Green Library Information Center HE141 .E53 2000): An encyclopedia covering different methods of transportation and key events, people, and social, economic, and political issues in the history of transportation
  • Encyclopedia of clothing and fashion (Green Library Information Center GT507 .E53 2005) This encyclopedia has an article on Bicycle Clothing, and 7 entries on Bicycles, including Bicycle Clothing: bloomers and Bicycle Clothing: women’s dress)
  • The Greenwood guide to American popular culture (Green Library Information Center E169.1 .G7555 2000) - Note: around this call number are several other popular culture encyclopedias)
  • Suggested Subject Terms in Socrates or Searchworks:
    • URBAN TRANSPORTATION
    • LOCAL TRANSIT
    • COMMUTING; COMMUTING UNITED STATES STATISTICS
    • TRAVEL BEHAVIOR
    • BICYCLES
    • BICYCLE
    • CYCLING
    • BICYCLE RACE HISTORY
    • TOUR DE FRANCE (BICYCLE RACE) ;
    • CYCLING LAW AND LEGISLATION UNITED STATES
    • CYCLING POLITICAL ASPECTS
    • BICYCLES DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

  • All about March Madness

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    Basketball fans across the country are gearing up for March Madness. The Stanford Women's team won the PAC-10 regular season title, and are hoping for a #1 seed in the NCAA tournament. The Men's team will likely compete in the NIT tournament.

    Get ready for March Madness by checking out these nuggets from the Stanford Libraries:


    Q&A: Publicly available research resources

    Question: What are some good publicly available electronic research resources for both books and journal articles?

    Answer: 

    Although many of Stanford's online resources are restricted to current Stanford faculty, staff and students, there are many excellent research resources available to the general public:


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