New e-Resources July through September 2023
The Libraries' has added the following new electronic resources to its collections.
Databases and Research Impact Tools
- Inspec Analytics Plus, upgrade -- Explore the inter-relatedness of subject terms, classifications codes and citations to see who and where research topics are being investigated. It also show citations linkages and research funders in physics and engineering. Charts and graphs can be generated using the data.
- SBRnet (Sports Market Analytics) premium content upgrade with Fans & Brands and Team by Team -- News and market research from the National Sporting Goods Association and other industry sources on sporting goods, sports equipment, participation, broadcasting and marketing. Includes access to the Brand Share Index (BSI) which matches fan market consumer behavior with their preferences for consumer products brands.
- WGSN Fashion -- Fashion trends forecasts and reports, industry coverage and tools for designers [create an individual account using your @syr.edu address to download content.]
- Broadcasting America: The Rise of Mass Media and Communications -- Documents of the Radio Corporation of America (RCA) and industry pamphlets on the rise of mass media and the impact of broadcasting innovations such as television, advertising and consumer culture. Documents include information on regulation, censorship, and communication ethics.
- Colonial Caribbean, module 3 -- Documents of the Colonial Office of the British Government specific to the governance of islands in the English-speaking Caribbean from 1624-1872. Includes census data, correspondence, legislative acts, medical and military reports, and maps. Documents relate to trade, law, piracy, plantation governance, agriculture, enslavement and emancipation, crime, and estate ownership. Includes modules 1, 2, 3.
- Mass Observation Project 1981-2009, module 3 -- Collection of responses to directives (questionnaires) about the lives and opinions of people in the UK, on many topics such as current affairs, family, leisure, politics, society, work, the economy, and more.
- Post-Perestroika Newspapers -- Newspapers from Russia published in the post-Soviet era from the 1980’s to the 2010’s. Digitized as part of a Global Press Archive (GPA) CRL Charter Alliance project. Syracuse University Libraries contributed collections funds to support the digitization.
- Victorians on Film: Entertainment, Innovation and Everyday Life -- Film content that provides insight into the experimental work of early filmmakers in creating news, animation, drama, and special effects, as well as providing an invaluable exploration into how Victorians went about their day-to-day activities from their work to their leisure time.
- ACS In Focus ebooks, collection 3, on the ACS Publications platform
- Institution of Engineering and Technology ebooks, imprint year 2023, on the IET Digital Library platform
- Morgan and Claypool ebooks, Synthesis Collection Twelve, on the SpringerLink platform
- Oxford Handbooks Online and Oxford Scholarship Online, imprint year 2023, on the Oxford Academic platform
- Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers ebooks, imprint year 2023, on the SPIE Digital Library platform
Journals, Magazines, and Periodicals
- Archives of Natural History, 1943- current
- British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, 1950-current
Open Access Support
- ACM Open –agreement with the Association for Computing Machinery. SU-affiliated faculty, staff, and students can have their open access publishing fees covered by the Libraries’ agreement with ACM. Visit the Transformative Agreements guide for more details.
- El Mundo Digital Archive -- Newspaper published in Puerto Rico from 1919-1990. Digitized as part of a Global Press Archive (GPA) CRL Charter Alliance project. Syracuse University Libraries contributed collections funds to make this collection available open access to the world.
- JSTOR Path to Open – Syracuse University Press is collaborating with other partner university presses, libraries, and JSTOR to promote sustainable open access publishing of scholarly ebooks. Visit the Libraries’ press release for more details.