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A collection of databases that contain primary sources, diverse perspectives, and reference materials on subjects such as U.S. history and government, world religions, and current issues in society.
New: July 2018
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A comprehensive database of full text articles and literature covering computing and information technology. This database includes the complete collection of ACM publications plus bibliographic data for core works in computing from scholarly publishers.
New: July 2018
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Through primary sources, biographies, and journal articles, this database delves into the African American experience from its African origins to the present day. Materials range from detailed accounts of defining moments and movements to critical perspectives on timely and enduring topics such as stop-and-frisk, educational desegregation, and voting rights.
New: July 2018
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This resource explores the historical origins and unique structure of the U.S. government. It includes biographies, videos, quotes, images, maps, and authoritative primary sources. It also features approximately 100 peer-reviewed essays from esteemed scholars that address complex topics such as rights for undocumented persons and term lengths for Supreme Court Justices,
New: July 2018
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This resource is a virtual library of American history. It includes biographies, primary sources, videos, maps and charts, and timelines. Topics covered include American women's history, the American Revolution, the Civil War and Reconstruction, the Roaring Twenties, World War II and the Forties, the Nineties, and more.
New: July 2018
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A collection focused exclusively on the historically-underrepresented realities of indigenous peoples in the United States. Contents span precontact America to modern native nations. Materials include primary sources and expertly-authored secondary sources, including journal articles.
New: July 2018
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An unparalleled genealogy collection comprising billions of records from census data, vital records, directories, photos, and more. This resource is powered by Ancestry.com and includes document collections from North America, the United Kingdom, Europe, Australia, and elsewhere.
New: July 2018
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Fully searchable periodicals, newsletters, manuscripts, government records, correspondence, and other primary source materials that document social, political, health, and legal issues impacting LGBTQ communities around the world.
New: July 2018
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A collection of full text journals that cover Art, Architecture, Design, History, Philosophy, Music, Literature, Theatre, and Cultural Studies. Journals include scholarly, peer-reviewed titles, as well as selected trade and consumer titles. Journal contents reflect the full interdisciplinarity of contemporary study in the arts and humanities.
New: August 2018
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This database provides full text scholarly journals, trade and industry journals, magazines, technical reports, conference proceedings, and government publications. Contents cover cutting edge research in biology, with applications to medicine, technology, and the environment.
New: August 2018
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Thousands of critical biographical entries on individuals who have contributed to this history of thought and philosophy. Entries include thinkers from North America, Britain, Ireland, and the Middle East. Alongside the well-known philosophers, discover people from other intellectual domains such as civil rights activists, clergymen, economists, mathematicians, scientists, and more.
New: July 2018
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The Journal Blacklist is a database of journals specialists have flagged as probable threats for scholarly communication. Each journal that appears in the Blacklist has been examined against 60+ behavioral indicators and has been screened for everything from misleading metrics to irregular publication practices. Use this database to identify possible predatory journals. NOTE: Please use Firefox or Chrome to access this resource. IE is not compatible.
New: June 2018
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This vast collection of DSM-5® and ICD-10 videos, from 2012 on, showcases mental health symptoms as they unfold. Films focus on counseling, social work, medical, nursing, psychiatry, and other behavioral health care topics.
New: July 2018
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A collection of IEEE's core periodicals that cover engineering, electronics, and computer science. This resource Includes full text IEEE journals, magazines, and conference proceedings.
New: July 2018
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The National Commission on Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome was created by federal statute in 1989. This is a collection of their briefing books, hearing and meeting transcripts, reports, and press clippings. The collection covers a variety of topics concerning AIDS: healthcare, treatment, and international aspects of the HIV epidemic; Federal, State, and local responsibilities; social and human issues; pediatric and adolescent HIV; and much more.
New: July 2018
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This database treats the most compelling and divisive topics in modern society with authoritative historical context, balanced expert perspectives, and carefully-selected primary and secondary sources. Topics include border security, health care, ethics and journalism, and gun control.
New: July 2018
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A collection of academic and policy research on environmental stresses and their impact on society. This collection looks at sustainability and resilience through a broad lens and spans 30 disciplines, including Energy Policy, Environmental Engineering, Land Conservation, Public Health, and Sustainable Business Practices.
New: July 2018
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This robust collection documents the rich heritage and current culture of Mexicans, Puerto Ricans, Guatemalans, Cubans, Dominicans, Colombians, Ecuadorians, and other Hispanic groups in the United States. Primary and secondary sources begin with pre-16th century Mayan, Incan, and Aztec empires and continue through to the present day.
New: July 2018
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A collection of primary sources related to the history of the early book trade, the printing and publishing community, the establishment of copyright provisions, and bookbinding.
New: May 2018
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This database contains the complete MLA International Bibliography - with nearly 3 million citations documenting the scholarly record - as well as 1,000 full text journals, such as Comparative Literature, Applied Linguistics, and College Composition & Communication.
New: July 2018
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This database version of Rich Leiter's National Survey of State Laws provides an overall view of some of the most sought-after and controversial legal topics in the United States. Use this resource to make basic state-by-state comparisons of current state laws. Topics fall into eight general legal categories, including business and consumer laws, criminal laws, family laws, and more.
New: July 2018
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A collection of streaming videos that cover all branches of the criminal justice system. View through criminal investigation process step-by-step, explore case studies that show how research affects policy and practice, and watch films that go inside forensics labs, correctional facilities, and courtrooms.
New: July 2018
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This streaming video collection covers the full spectrum of the sociology discipline. It includes in-practice videos that highlight careers and practitioners in the real world, tutorials that shed light on hot topics in the field, and case studies that explore specific research and its impacts on policy,
New: July 2018
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This resource presents highly illustrated primary source documents that highlight commercial tastes and consumer trends. Explore domestic consumerism, life, and leisure in America between 1850-1950.
New: May 2018
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A comprehensive database that contains bibliographic and provider details for more than 350,000 periodicals. Includes scholarly journals, popular magazines, newspapers, newsletters, and more.
New: July 2018
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A collection of unique or rare historical primary sources, digitized from leading societies, libraries, and archives around the world. Currently includes two archives collections: The New York Academy of Sciences; and The Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland.
New: July 2018
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Through primary and secondary sources, this database explores in detail matters of belief, practice, celebrations, and holidays, as well as important individuals and events, significant and sacred places, and much more. Coverage spans time and place, with treatment given to ancient faiths such as Buddhism, Christianity, and Islam, and new religious movements.
New: July 2018
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