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On this page you'll find the Shared Resources, a list of information sources available to other Wikipedians. Everything is first ordered by type of document and in some cases there's a further division by subject.
Instructions & tips:
  • The search function of your web browser can be really helpful when you're looking for a specific work or a specific subject in this list.
  • Once you find a user with the resource you’re looking for, contact that user on his/her talk page (or e-mail the person from their user page). Be as specific as possible when asking for information. The more specific your reference is the more likely you will get a helpful reply back.
  • If you want to help the project, add your name under the resources you have access to, or add your own useful resources. Please provide as much detail as possible (version of the resource, storage form of the resource (paper, CD-ROM, online archive etc.)).
  • What kind of resources can be added to this list? Everything ranging from peer review journals to works of fiction. Have a look at the contents overview and you'll get a good idea. Basically: anything that can be used as a source for Wikipedia.
Libraries
Public
Private
Encyclopedias
Chambers's Encyclopaedia
1886 Edition, "Collier, Publisher", New York - 8 volumes — Omegatron 00:10, 30 May 2007 (UTC)
Dictionary of American Biography
The complete set of books, with 10 supplements. Many entries are somewhat outdated, but this is still useful for now-obscure people who have not attracted the attention of modern writers. —Kevin Myers 20:51, 21 February 2010 (UTC)
Encyclopædia Britannica
New International Encyclopedia
1912 Edition, public domain, complete set - ---J.S (T/C) 19:05, 5 January 2007 (UTC)
World Book Encyclopedia
2003 Edition. UberHalogen 20:17, 4 July 2007 (UTC)
Encyclopaedia of Indian Literature
I have all six volume of Encyclopaedia of Indian Literature published by Sahitya Akademi. -Gazal world (talk) 05:25, 6 January 2019 (UTC)
Miscellaneous
World Records
Dictionaries
Pronunciation
Newspaper, periodical and peer review journal archives
English language
German language
French language
Peer-reviewed journal databases: Érudit, Persée, Repère and Vente & Gestion. Just ask Jmajeremy (talk · contribs).
Chinese language
CNKI, a Chinese-language peer-reviewed journal database based in Mainland China (some papers coupled with English abstract), and WiseNews, a Chinese-language newspaper archive which included newspaper articles from the Greater China and even Malaysia and Singapore, are available through multimedia stations in public libraries in Hong Kong. Having an account there enables me to access to these resources. For more enquiries, feel free to ask me. --Spring Roll Conan ( Talk · Contributions ) 08:02, 5 September 2015 (UTC)
Monographs (books)
Philosophy
Natural science
General
Astronomy
The Solar System App (Holds lots of Info about the contents of our solar system) Thomas888b (talk)
Mathematics
Cryptography
Physics
Chemistry
Biology
General
Specific
Virology
Genetics
Paleontology
Medicine
The American Medical Association Family Medical Guide, 1997 ed., Kunz, et al. (Neutrality)
Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine, 17th edition, 2008. (Axl ¤ [Talk])
Nature
Dilger, Mike (2008). Britain's Best Wildlife: The Top 40 Sights to See. Harper Collins ISBN 9780007840878 (Mattg82 (talk))
Technology
Computing
Video Games
Main page: Wikipedia:WikiProject Video games/Reference library
Social sciences
Law
Australian law
English & Welsh law
US law
History
See also Wikipedia:WikiProject Military history/Logistics#Sources
Ancient world
- Ancient Greece:
- Ancient Rome:
- Mesopotamia:
- Ancient Egypt:
Middle Ages
- Arab World:
- Byzantine Empire:
- General resources:
Various works, see User:Gwinva/Library. Gwinva (talk) 03:03, 24 April 2008 (UTC)
Asia
For Japanese history, see Wikipedia:WikiProject Japan/Reference library.
Wills, John E., Jr. Mountain of Fame: Portraits in Chinese History, Princeton University Press, 1994. (Deyyaz)
Europe
Latin America
A History of Latin America, Volume 1: Ancient America to 1910 (sixth edition), Benjamin Keen and Keith Haynes, 2000. (Neutralitytalk)
United States
World War I
World War II
History of Science
Olson, Richard. Science Deified & Science Defied (Vol. 1 and 2), University of California Press, 1982. (Deyyaz)
Miscellaneous
Religion
For Japanese myths and religions, see Wikipedia:WikiProject Japan/Reference library.
Christianity
Islam
The Qur'an, trans. M. A. S. Abdel Haleem, (Oxford World's Classics edition) Oxford University Press, 2004. (Deyyaz)
Judaism
Atheism/related
Psychology
Anthropology
A Native American Encyclopedia: History, Culture, and Peoples, Barry M. Pritzker, 2000 (Danny)
Archaeology
Politics
Economics
Macroeconomics: understanding the wealth of nations, David Miles and Andrew Scott, John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2002, (User:Epa101)
Geography & place descriptions
Africa
History of Africa, Kevin Shillington, 1989 (Danny)
Americas
Canada
Main page: Wikipedia:Canadian wikipedians' notice board/References
History
Government and law
Foreign relations and military
Economy
Geography and climate
Quentin H. Stanford, ed. (2008). Canadian Oxford World Atlas (6th ed.). Toronto: Oxford University Press (Canada). ISBN 978-0-19-542928-2.
Demography and statistics
Culture
Pacific Northwest
Pacific Northwest: see WikiProject Oregon's reference desk
Asia
Japan
See WikiProject Japan reference library
Australia
Europe
UK
Ireland
Irish place names, Deirdre Flanagan & Laurence Flanagan, 2002 (Smári)
Culture
Culinary
Music
LGBT
Biographies
Sport
Association football
See Wikipedia:WikiProject Football/Booklist
Formula 1
Manuals & "how to" books
Other
The Little Aussie Fact Book; Margaret Nicholson; Penguin Group (Australia) 2006 Kathleen.wright5
Fiction
Anime and manga
See WikiProject Anime and manga magazine list and reference library

Unreliable Sources
These web sites may be repositories of non-authoritative or self-published material or research. Just because a citation is from one of these web sites does not make it non-citable, but probably means it warrants slightly more careful investigation to make sure it is credible. Perhaps being on this list might be equated to a "go slow" sign.
  1. articlealley
  2. articlesnatch
  3. ezine
  4. ehow
  5. articlesbase.com
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