The glbtq Encyclopedia Project was founded in 2000 by Publisher Wik Wikholm to create the world's largest encyclopedia of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and queer culture and history and to deliver it online. After more than two years of work, the site launched in 2003. The website closed on August 1, 2015 because of the collapse of the online advertising business model that had supported it.
Finding Background Information
The Library subscribes to many databases that contain full-text dictionaries and encyclopedias, which can be excellent tools for collecting background information on any topic.
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Designed specifically for student, faculty, and researchers, GVRL, delivers titles covering the most-studied subject areas using technology built for today’s student workflow. GVRL is optimized for search, accessible simultaneously from any device, integrated with Google, and loaded with tools to encourage bookmarking, downloading, sharing, and more.