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The following databases are newly acquired or being evaluated for a future subscription.
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Trial ends Sep. 28, 2022. Please let us know what you think.
This digitized primary source collection contains newspapers, reports, oral histories, and more documenting multiple aspects of African American community life in particular regions of the United States.
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Covidence is a systematic review tool that aids with review management and collaboration. You can upload references from most citation managers and databases including EBSCOhost databases, Embase, EndNote, OVID Medline, ProQuest databases, PubMed, Web of Science, and Zotero.
NOTE: Access to Covidence requires an individual account. See the instructions for requesting an account.
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IGI Global e-Book Collection is a bundle of single and multi-volume reference books, handbooks of research, and encyclopedias, encompassing groundbreaking, peer-reviewed research from prominent subject experts worldwide.
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Ebooks from MIT Press on a range of topics: art, architecture, biomedical sciences, business, computer science, education, environmental studies, philosophy, and social sciences. Supported through a new, collective action open access business model for scholarly books that provides access to over 2,000 ebooks dating back to 1962. Selected titles are available as open access.
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A streaming database that features curated training videos in the field of counseling, psychotherapy, and addiction. The collection is searchable by keyword, expert, therapeutic issue, and client population.
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This digitized primary source collection contains documents, speeches, and photographs from the Race Relations Department of the United Church Board for Homeland Ministries spanning three pivotal decades of the civil rights movement. 1943-1970.
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VisualDx is a diagnostic reference tool focused on skin diseases. It helps health-care workers build differential diagnoses and drives evidence-based decision making. The database includes over 42,000 images showing disease variation.
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