New Libraries' Collections: July through September 2022
New resources added to the collections.
by Rachel Fox Von Swearingen, Collections Lead Librarian
Databases and Analysis Tools
- Lens.org: Search, analyze, manage, and map patents and scholarly research. See the Lens Research Guide for more help.
- Dimensions: Includes information on publications, awarded grants, patents, clinical trials, and policy documents. Users can discover information on researchers, funders, and university research activity. See the Dimensions Research Guide for more help.
Primary Source Digital Archives
- Mass Observation Project, 1981-2009: A continuation of Mass Observation Online, 1937-1972. Diaries, surveys, and other content collected from respondents in the United Kingdom by the Mass Observation Project at the University of Sussex. Library access includes Module II 1990’s, covering he Mad Cow epidemic, death of Princess Diana, and the General Election.
- Student Activism: Primary resources documenting of a great range of students’ activities, including protest, political actions, and equal-rights advocacy from the 20th and early 21st century United States. Materials including newsletters, campaign materials, and protest literature
- American Chemical Society: E-book Archive, 1949-2017.
- SPIE Ebooks: 2021-2022 (International Society for Optics and Photonics)
- IEEE-MIT Press and IEEE-Wiley ebooks: 2022 frontlist
- SAGE Knowledge: 2022 Books and Reference
Database Content Updates
- Bloomsbury Screen Studies: 2022 annual updates for BFI Film Classics, Film Studies, and Screenplays and Criticism collections
- Bloomsbury Cultural History: 2021-2022 updates
- Bloomsbury Drama Online: 2022 annual updates for Core, Critical Studies and Performance Practice, Nick Hern Books, and Playwrights Canada Press
- Human Kinetics Library: Core 2022 annual update
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