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The following databases are newly acquired or being evaluated for a future subscription.
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Trial ends February 28, 2022. Bloomsbury History: Theory and Method collection includes a range of articles, essays, ebooks, and primary sources. Critical readings examine the significance of history writing from ancient worlds to the present day. This collection includes 61 academic eBooks focused around historiography, historical methods and history theory.
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Browse the Center for Research Libraries resources, including over five million items rich in primary sources, including the largest circulating collection of newspapers in North America, more than 38,000 journals and 800,000 international dissertations, and major microfilm and paper collections from Africa, Latin America, the Middle East, Europe, South Asia, and Southeast Asia; generous loan periods. Scholars and researchers from CRL member institutions have free and unlimited use of the CRL collections through interlibrary loan.
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JoVE is a peer reviewed scientific video journal. Filmed at the world’s top scientific institutions, JoVE videos bring to life the intricate details of cutting-edge experiments enabling efficient learning and replication of new research methods and technologies. Filmed at the world’s top scientific institutions, JoVE videos bring to life the intricate details of cutting-edge experiments enabling efficient learning and replication of new research methods and technologies.
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(1973 to present) Music Index with Full Text covers every aspect of classical and popular music. In addition to full-text journals, it includes reviews of performances as well as reviews of sound recordings and videos. Music Index with Full Text includes 862 indexed and abstracted journals. 366 of them are peer-reviewed.
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The new "Oxford Classical Dictionary" is a continuously growing collection of over 6,500 entries, with new and revised entries published online monthly. This resource provides a broader chronological, geographical, and cultural reach than the fourth edition, featuring new articles on gender studies, Late Antiquity, Christianity, Jewish studies, Near East, Bronze Age, linguistics, and reception.
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Oxford Scholarship Online offers access to thousands of academic works from the celebrated scholarly list of Oxford University Press, covering subjects across the humanities, social sciences, sciences, medicine, and law.
Ebooks are DRM free (print/save/pdf) and have unlimited user access.
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Trial access ends April 30, 2022. De Gruyter’s University Press Library includes over 1100 ebooks from prestigious colleges and universities from around the world. Subjects include arts, Asian and Pacific Studies, Classics, Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies, Life Sciences, Mathematics, among others. In addition to English language titles, the collection includes German, Latin, Hebrew, and Arabic to mention a few.

Unlimited use titles are DRM-free – users can download, print and save eBooks for their own use.
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(c. 1997 to present, but varies) This database contains over 1,600 full-text journals, and 22,000+ ebooks, published by John Wiley & Sons and Blackwell Publishing multidisciplinary in scope. Access, view and download full ebooks or chapters individual chapters.
Note: Jan. 2022 we added the 22,000+ Wiley ebooks to our subscription.
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