The British Columbia Digital
Digital Library Collections By Subject:
- British Columbia Institute
for Co-operative Studies, University of Victoria. A research institute
which also promotes the economics of  co-operatives, the BCICS  maintains
a library of electronic publications, chiefly as Adobe Portable Document
Format files, and acts as an international registry for co-operative publications.
Date accessed: 2002-04-11. Date added: 2002-04-11.
Mail Order Catalogues = Catalogues de vente par correspondance du Canada.
Ottawa, ON: Library and Archives Canada, National Library of Canada. Browse or search the contents of
digitial facsimiles of selected Canadian mail order catalogues dating between
1887 and 1975. Date accessed: 2003-12-15. Date added: 2003-12-15.
- Charles Booth Online Archive:
Charles Booth and the Survey into Life and Labour in
London (1886-1903). London: London School of Economics & Political Science and
University of London Library. Date accessed: 2003-03-21. Date added: 2003-03-21.
- EconDoc (Economic Online Documents).
Bilingual: German and English. Sponsored by the Federal Ministry
of Education and Research in Germany, the site features a database with over
two million citations and links to user-pay and free full-text content.
Date accessed: 2002-10-07. Date added: 2002-10-07.
- G8 Information Centre
(University of Toronto Libraries Digital Collections). Includes selected
electronic documents from meetings of the G7, G8 and G20 global economics
summit meetings from 1975 to the present.
- The Leslie Brock
Center for the Study of Colonial Currency (Hosted by the Electronic Text
Center, university of Virginia Library). Searchable/browsable collection of
writings by Leslie A. Brock and others on currency used in the American
Colonies of the 17th and 18th centuries.
- RePEc (Research Papers in
Economics). Collaborative, decentralized database of working papers, journal
articles and software components in the field of economics contributed by
individuals, academic and commercial institutions, and publishers.
- The Union Makes Us Strong: TUC History Online.
London, UK: London Metropolitan University and the Trades Union Congress.
Online exhibit that includes digital facsimiles of archival records, including
the manuscript of Robert Tressell's novel The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists (scheduled for availability June 2003),
and annual reports of the Congress from 1868 to 1968 (scheduled for availability
September  2003). Date accessed:
2003-03-21. Date added: 2003-03-21.
- The WTO History Project.
Seattle, WA: University of Washington. Multimedia digital collection featuring
oral history interviews and other documentation surrounding the World Trade
Organization protests in Seattle, Washington, USA, in 1999. Date added:
Compiled by David
Mattison, Victoria Telecommunity
Network, BC. Copyright © 2000-2011 by the
BC Community Network Association. This
site may be freely linked to but not duplicated in any fashion without the
consent of the BCCNA.