Index of References Dealing with Talmudic Literature (Lieberman Institute) – The Index encompasses the Mishna, Tosefta, Talmud Bavli & Yerushalmi, and refers to more than 1000 books, from the Geonic to the modern period, citing specific pages or notes in which the given Talmudic text is discussed. Where available, the Index provides a direct link (click on the magnifying-glass icon) to the cited work at Hebrewbooks.org.
Index Theologicus - The theological database contains document descriptions of articles from more than 600 periodicals in theology and religious studies, and essays from Festschriften and congress publications. The database focuses mainly on articles written in Western European languages.
Index to Hebrew Periodicals (Access on campus only).
Index to Yiddish Periodicals (IYP) - Indexes materials published in the Yiddish press in Eastern Europe, from its beginnings (1862) until 1939 (in the Soviet Union: until 1948). Includes all signed materials, whether real name or pseudonym, but not unsigned news or articles, except when these deal with Yiddish literature and culture.
Internet Archive - The Internet Archive was founded to build an Internet library, with the purpose of offering permanent access for researchers, historians, and scholars to historical collections that exist in digital format. The Internet Archive includes texts, audio, moving images, and software as well as archived web pages.
Internships.com - Learn about internship opportunities in diverse fields and venues. Be sure to include Yeshiva University as you create your account. Use ONLY the internship listings portion of this site, not the resume tools. Yeshiva University's Career Development Center will work with you to help you develop your resume. Start by reading this tip sheet.
An Invitation to Piyut - Piyut archive
ISI Web of Knowledge - includes Web of Science, Current Contents Connect, Biology Browser, etc.
ITER - Index of interdisciplinary material from journals, books, and dissertations pertaining to the study of the Middle Ages and Renaissance.