60 Minutes — 1997-2014

Provides streaming video access to the 60 Minutes news show archive for the third and fourth decades of this long -running news show. Includes transcripts of the videos for ease of citation, and a citation export feature. Topics covered include international and national news, politics, women’s studies, society and culture, and many more. Also included are segments from the CBS show CBS Sunday Morning. Features include browsing by subject, keyword (with additional limiters to narrow the results), discipline-based pages for starting points, and the ability to create clips for playlists and inclusion in Canvas for viewing by students

Counseling and Therapy in Video

We had volume 2, and we’ve added volume 1 to this resource, which rovides an online collection of video available for the study of counseling, social work, psychotherapy, psychology, and psychiatric counseling. Includes counseling sessions and demonstrations, consultations, lectures/presentations, interviews, instructional material, personal narratives, and documentaries. Browse by subject, therapy type, therapist, themes, and clips. Search transcript and notes, title, series, and date. Includes synchronized transcripts to find clips.

Engineering Village

This resource (also known as Compendex) has been discontinued because the content is indexed in Scopus.

Human Rights Studies Online

Provides comprehensive, comparative documentation, analysis, and interpretation of major human rights violations and atrocity crimes in the 20th and 21st centuries. Using a case study approach, this resource provides primary and secondary materials across multiple media formats and content types for each selected event.

Illustrated London News

This full-color online archive contains every issue of the world’s first illustrated weekly newspaper providing perspective on British life. Includes all Special Numbers and Reports – reproduced in high-quality color facsimile images.

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Trial expires on Wednesday, April 22, 2015.

Nineteenth Century Collections Online (NCCO)

Covers three subject areas: History (8 sections), Literature (2), Mathematics & Science (2). Provides full-text, fully searchable content from a broad range of primary sources. Includes works in Western and non-Western languages, and are sourced from rare collections at libraries and other institutions from around the globe.

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Trial expires on Wednesday, April 22, 2015.

Film Industry Data

Provides online access to film industry data sources, particularly Nielsen data, including rankings, box office sales, and unit sales in all formats (VHS, DVD, Blu Ray). Searching is by keyword (contributor list including director, stars, producer, composer, camera, and lighting is available for each film) or date.

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Trial expires on Thursday, April 23, 2015.

American History, 1493-1859 (Module I)

Provides full-text searching for primary source documents (manuscripts, books, images) from the Colonial era through the abolition of slavery. Designed to coordinate and support college-level survey courses in American history this first module includes books, diaries and broadsides; military, legal, and government documents; and artwork, photography, correspondence, and newspapers, among other types. You may search for persons, recipients, event, or date; browse by date or any of more than two dozen thematic groupings. Materials are sourced from three outstanding collections of Americana: The Gilder Lehrman Collection, and the papers of Henry Knox and the papers of the Livingstone Family. Includes thematic essays by noted scholars as well as videos of lectures by prominent scholars in the field of American history. Primary sources. Adam Matthews.

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Trial expires on Tuesday, April 14, 2015.

British Periodicals III

Provides full-text , full-text searching, and full color coverage of eight of the most popular and influential magazines in Great Britain from 1869 – 1970 (Brittania and Eve (1929-1931, 1952), monthly; Bystander (1903-1949), weekly; The Graphic (1869-1932), weekly; The Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News (1874-1970), later called Sport & Country in the 1950s and Farm & Country (1960-1971), weekly; The Illustrated War News (1939), weekly; The Sketch (1893-1929, 1953-56), weekly; The Sphere (1900-1919, 1964), weekly; The Tatler 1901-1967), weekly). Topics covered include women’s issues, news, society, sports and theater, and World War II. Titles are important for their coverage of new and popular authors (Agatha Christie, Daphne du Maurier), editorial cartoons and illustrations, World War II, sporting events, theater criticism, politics, and satire. Part of the larger British Periodicals collection and will be searched along with the other magazines in that collection. Use advanced search and enter specific periodical name(s) to limit to individual titles. ProQuest.

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Trial expires on Saturday, April 18, 2015.

The First World War

Makes available primary and secondary material, case studies, and visual resources for the study of the First World War. Materials are divided into three thematic areas: “Personal Experiences,” “Propaganda and Recruitment,” and “Visual Perspectives and Narratives.” Each of these thematic areas is supported by several different essays (topics from women in the war to patriotic rallys, to life on the homefront, etc.) written by scholars in the field. Case studies of particular aspects of these themes (from topics such as the air war and propaganda, to individuals and related events such as T.E. Lawrence or the Easter Rising, to potrayals of war in photography and art. There are also oral histories, interactive maps arranged as links on a timeline; a chronology, and a useful glossary of the “Great War.” Primary Source. Adam Matthews.

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Trial expires on Tuesday, April 14, 2015.

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