Brooklyn NewsstandAccess to the full run of the Brooklyn Daily Eagle newspaper, Brooklyn’s premier newspaper from 1841 to 1955, as well as Brooklyn Life, a society magazine published from 1890 to 1931. Issues are searchable online, offering an exciting resource for students, teachers, historians, genealogists, or anyone interested in Brooklyn and American history.
Brooklyn Public Library Digital CollectionsDiscover Brooklyn history: Explore our collection of digitized Brooklyn content.
CIA Country MapsThe Central Intelligence Agency's collection of free maps of countries of the world.
Creative CommonsSearch works that are available for free and legal public use, including photographs, graphics, video, scholarly articles, books, and music.
Directory of Open Access Journals Free community-curated directory of open access, peer reviewed scientific and scholarly journals.
EPOCH - Electronically Preserving Obituaries as Cultural Heritage Create and publish a free obituary.
globalEDGEA knowledge web-portal that connects international business professionals to information, insights, and resources on global business activities.
Hite: Health Information Tool for Empowerment Directory of free and low cost health and social services programs.
Medline Plus National Library of Medicine’s health information for consumers and health professionals
MedlinePlus (en Español)MedlinePlus le ayuda encontrar las respuestas que usted busca en temas de salud.
New York City Department of Education's Find A School DatabaseLocate information on New York City's public schools. Search by borough, grade, school name, and zip code.
New York State Contract ReporterNew York State bidding opportunities for contracts greater than $15,000.
Nursing Home Compare Information on every Medicare and Medicaid certified nursing home in the country.
Press ReaderAccess to current newspaper editions from around the world in a full color readable online format.
Science.govSearches over 60 databases and over 2200 selected websites from 15 federal agencies, offering 200 million pages of authoritative U.S. government science information including research and development results.
UNdataUNdata is an Internet search engine, retrieving data series from statistical databases provided by the UN System.