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Join us to enjoy Assistant Professor Simone Paterson's digitally showcased art collection, Thursday, October 13th at 6 P.M. in Newman Library's Multipurpose Room.
Alexander Street Press provides streaming videos, including feature films, television programs and segments, documentaries, educational films, and more. You can search against transcripts of most videos and create clips from segments for inclusion in course materials.
Citation data for articles published in 2015 has been added to JCR - Journal Citation Reports from Thomson's InCites .
Social Explorer has always been a great source to visualize Census Bureau data. In recent months, international data resources and new thematic US datasets have been added.
Congratulations to all of our graduates. We frequently get questions about what happens to library access after graduation.
Early European Books from ProQuest provides high-resolution scans of works printed in Europe or elsewhere in European languages prior to 1701. You can search for page features, such as illustrations or annotations.
Flipster from EBSCOhost provides facsimile-views of popular magazines: you can browse issues and flip through complete page views. View in your browser or use the iOS or Android app. (Connect to the magazine in your mobile browser, then use the Open in App link.) We only subscribe to a few titles on this platform.
Index Islamicus from Brill provides citations of European language publications (journal articles, conference papers, book chapters, and book reviews) about Islam and the Muslim world. 1800s-present.