Frequently Asked Questions
- How much content is in the database?
- Are the titles in the databases complete works?
- Can you print out pages from the literature databases?
- Are there URLs for each work that can be emailed to students/colleagues?
- How do we get usage statistics?
- How do we get MARC records?
- How can I find out when new content is added?
The latest number of pages included is listed on the homepage. You can also view "Browse Works" to see a full list of all titles available. Subscribe to our feed by clicking on the RSS icon on the homepage to receive updates on the latest content added.
Yes, the works are reproduced in their entirety. Whenever possible, an image of the original page accompanies the text.
Yes, each page has a printer icon that will allow you to print a limited amount of text for educational research and classroom use. In some cases you will see links to PDF versions of the original text, which you may print. Please note that printing is limited by U.S. Fair Use Provisions and international copyright law.
Yes, each page has a static URL that can be used to direct others to the work. Click the static URL icon in the top right corner of the page next to the printer icon for the static URL.
Usage statistics can be obtained by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Please state the name of your institution and specify the time period for which you would like usage data.
We are currently in the process of updating and improving our MARC records for all databases. Once complete, MARC record sets will be posted and available for download at http://www.alexanderstreet.com/marc/.
New content is added on a regular basis. In addition to highlights on the database homepage, you can subscribe to our RSS feed to receive instant notification when new material is added. To subscribe, click on the RSS icon on the homepage.