Intelligize

Intelligize is a resource that enables users to more efficiently research SEC filings, corporate transactions, and various other agreements. Through powerful searching, filtering, comparing, analyzing, and alerting capabilities, Intelligize is designed to help the user cut down on the amount of time and effort it takes to research and analyze SEC documents, filings, and other corporate transactions.

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SAGE Stats

Provides social science data covering geographies within the United States and spans topics such as healthcare, crime, education, employment, religion, and government finances. Allows users to compare, customize, and export data.

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Trial expires on Wednesday, November 9, 2016

SAGE Business Stats

Provides accessible, reliable data for students and faculty to research key issues and trends in the United States. Business Stats contains more than 13,000 data series on U.S. states, counties, cities, ZIP codes, and metropolitan areas. Data series also contain over 40 years of historical stats, as well as projections going out to 2050.

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Trial expires on Wednesday, November 9, 2016.

US Political Stats

Provides data covering all three branches of the United States government. Subjects covered include election returns, congressional floor votes, Supreme Court decisions, presidential performance, economic indicators, and demographics. Data is harmonized and presented in the same format which allows for comparison and visualization.

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Trial expires on Wednesday, November 9, 2016.

18th Century Drama

Focuses on role of theatre in society during the long eighteenth century. Interdisciplinary resource for research in theatre, drama, literature, entertainment, social commentary, history, politics, music, censorship, gender, and romanticism. Serves an archive of almost every play submitted for license between 1737 and 1824 (over 2500). Includes correspondence, diaries, biographical information, advertisements, and companion texts.

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Trial expires on Monday, October 31, 2016.

Everyday Life and Women in America 1800 – 1920

Search a rich variety of historical magazines and books providing guidance to American women on how to run their homes, raise their children, be a good wife, and other domestic matters. Politics, religion, health and sex, employment, popular literature, reviews of the arts, and society news (i.e., gossip and scandal!) are among the less-domestic topics covered. The magazines, books, and other documents are full-text searchable by keyword or advanced search. Essays by scholars provide helpful context for working with and understanding the materials and there is an extensive bibliography of secondary sources for further research.

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Shakespeare in Performance: Prompt Books from the Folger Shakespeare Library

As a record of how an individual production of Shakepeare’s plays were marked up for performance, the prompt book is a record of the interpretation given by that performance. This collection records the adaptations, changes, and interpretations made for performances of 34 of Shakespeare’s plays from the late 17th century to the 1970’s. Includes other supporting materials (playbills, costume and lighting designs, music scores, photographs, etc.). In addition, 17 of the most significant performance of Shakepeare are studied via in-depth case studies. Supporting research includes essays by scholars in the field, an interactive chronology, side-by-side comparisons of two prompt books, and biographies of famous Shakespearean actors and directors. Search by keyword, advanced search features, or browse the image gallery. “My Archive” feature allows for building collections in support of individual research or classroom needs.

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Trial expires on Monday, October 31, 2016.

Anatomy Flashcard Learning System

Web-based interactive system for learning or reviewing college-level human anatomy. Permits either regional (body area) or systemic (body system) approach. Includes digital flashcards, interactive images, exercises, tables, flow charts. Claims to be compatible with computer, tablet, or smartphone.

BoardVitals

Offers 24-hour access by phone, tablet or computer to thousands of expert-reviewed board questions. Uses computer adaptive testing and national licensing board- style technology. Create personalized practice tests in timed or review mode, set the number of questions offered, and choose all topics or just specific subjects. Answers include in-depth current rationales with references and links to applicable sources. Gives detailed feedback and assessment of individual progress broken down by subject areas. Equips you to judge overall preparedness and estimate likely score on the real test.

Joanna Briggs Institute EBP Database

Contains summarized and appraised health care evidence in nursing, medicine, and health science specialties. All content prepared by expert reviewers at the Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI) of the University of Adelaide, South Australia. Includes thousands of records across seven publication types: Evidence Based Recommended Practices; Evidence Summaries; Best Practice Information Sheets; Systematic Reviews; Consumer Information Sheets; Systematic Review Protocols; and Technical Reports. Subject area nodes include: Aged Care; Burns Care; Cancer Care; Chronic Disease; Emergency & Trauma; General Medicine; Infection Control; Mental Health; Midwifery Care; Pediatrics; Rehabilitation; Renal Care; Surgical Services; Tropical & Infectious Disease; Wound Healing and Management. Updated weekly. Uses the Ovid interface. Offers Basic or Advanced search. Searchable by keyword or phrases.

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