Travel Databases – Trials

a-zmapsWe would like your feedback on these two travel databases. Please view the databases, then return here and add your comments.

Trials end May 31 so look at them now. If you feel there is overlap with either database please indicate which database it overlaps and how much overlap.

If there is no interest we will moving onto a different subject area.

Here are the brochures which explain each database:

AtoZMapsOnline_PS_new AtoZWorldTravel_PS_new and AtoZMapsOnline_PS_new

To access the databases:

un: az
pw: munich

un: az
pw: munich


9 thoughts on “Travel Databases – Trials

  1. This was yummy! I applied a white onion, a few of little
    sweet peppers and a whole chunk of smoked salmon ( not lox).
    I included some pink pepper and served it through corn pasta since I am
    gluten totally free. Surprisingly pleasant recipe!

  2. The A to Z Maps was very helpful. The country maps are especially well done.

  3. I don’t see much overlap either. The A-Z World Travel was fascinating. There was News, Travel tips, ways to save money on international calls and internet use, language conversion. Would be very useful to a traveler and very interesting to the armchair traveler. Alot of cultural trivia. Aberdeen claims to have invented the deep fried Mars Bar.
    The A_Z Maps was almost like the World Statistical Abstract in map form. Very useful for educational purposes. If you need a fishing map for that trip to Alaska, its here. I was surprised not to find the Sanborn fire maps.

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  5. Try clearing your cookies, cache and history. If that doesn’t work copy and paste the url in your browser. If all of this fails contact IT. 🙂

  6. I liked both of them! They gave enough general information, to be useful enough for travelers to get an idea of where they are going, and what to look for. Both websites were easy to understand. Some of the weather information didn’t come up, though. I also like the currency conversion tool.

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    When I click on the the links, I receive this message: “This link has been disabled to protect your security.” Have the links been taken down?

    Lenika F. Coleman Lenika F. Coleman

    Adult Services Librarian/Scheduling Specialist Spring Valley Library 4280 South Jones Blvd. LV, NV 89103 Wrk (702) 507-3821 email:

    “Exert your talents, and distinguish yourself, and don’t think of retiring from the world, until the world will be sorry that you retire.” – Samuel Johnson ________________________________

  8. I really like both of them. They’re both described as travel databases but A to Z Maps isn’t a travel database. I think each of them would be beneficial.

  9. They don’t seem to have any overlap. What I like about AtoZWorldTravel is the articles have a cite button which would be great for school projects but the articles are only about cities no countries.Also you can use this database to book hotels not sure that is a plus.The best feature of AtoZMapsonline are the country and regional flags.

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