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This database is on trial through May 31, 2015. Drama Online provides full-text plays by authors from Aeschylus to the present. You can search by content type, genre, period, author, setting, theme, cast size, and roles. Its Reader can show original pagination, tables of contents, or scholarly annotations, and you can add bookmarks and notes or extract citations or a parts book. Please provide feedback on this database.
The University Libraries subscribe to numerous databases that provide free webinars on using their search interfaces. These webinars can help you become a more efficient searcher or learn about new features of the database. See our list of upcoming webinars you can register for and view from the comfort of your own desk.
The University Libraries are accepting applications for Graduate Assistant position (GA) and Reference Library Assistant (RLA) positions for the academic term 2015-2016.
Turfgrass Information Center indexes citations and abstracts for books, articles, conference proceedings, dissertations, extension publication, and association reports on all aspects of turfgrass. 1895-present.
The suggested books from LibraryThing service in Addison, the library catalog, has been upgraded to offer many more suggestions, helpfully categorized to make finding additional readings easier.
LibraryThing is a social book service where users list their collections and discuss, review, and tag books. We leverage this vast collection of data about books to display enhancements in the catalog.
The LibraryThing book recommender has long listed related books to the one you are viewing in Addison, showing a mix of books by the same author, books in the same genre, books with similar user-supplied tags, and other connected books using user-driven data. Now these recommendations have been categorized and display with book covers. We hope these new feature lead you to some interesting reads.
This database is on trial through April 6, 2015. Gilded Age from Alexander Street Press database provides digitized primary documents from the late 19th century, including sheet music, letters, photos, cartoons, and government documents. It is enhanced with video interviews with scholars and essays covering issues of the period. Please provide feedback on this database.
Ancestry Library Edition is an academic version of ancestry.com. It provides genealogical records from the United States and the United Kingdom, including census, vital, church, court, and immigration records, as well as record collections from Canada, Europe, Australia, and other areas of the world.
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