"Overall, this database is colorful, quick, easy to master, and engaging for adult or student use."
-- Booklist (November 2001)
"Created by area specialists, history scholars and librarians, History Resource Center: World offers a multicultural perspective and scholarly analysis for the study of international relations and global history, integrating coverage of European, Asian, African, Indian, and Latin American History."
--Library Journal, November 15, 2008
History Resource Center: World provides access to 27 reference publications, full text articles from more than 110 journals, 1,800 primary sources, and images, maps and charts. Basic, Person, Subject and Advanced searches are available, and users can elect to search the United States and World databases together or seperately."
--Lawbook Co., 2007
"Of special note is the coverage of the two world wars...The Modern World excels with an easy-to-use search engine that will satisfy the novice as well as the more advanced researcher...One useful added extra is the ability to search Keesing's Contemporary Archives for 1931 to 1945...Overall, History Resource Center: The Modern World is an excellent resource for high school and undergraduate students. Added features such as a Research Guide, a Faculty Guide, List of Sources, and Dictionary only strengthen the excellence of this product. Highly recommended."
--Reference Reviews (August 2004)
"Designed to be used in school, academic and public libraries. History Resource Center: The Modern World is a virtual library of the resources needed to study world history within a flexible, comprehensive and convenient search tool."
-- Upgrade (Febraury 2002)
"The Bottom Line: History Resource Center: The Modern World is an effective resource for teachers, students, and reference librarians. Highly recommended for public, high school, and college libraries."
-- Library Journal (September 2001)
"History Resource Center includes some of the most respected works used in universities today. ... [and] is bolstered by several history-related publishing partnerships."
--Information Today (August, 2000)