Associate Director & Head of Library Technology
Database trials provide temporary access to new electronic resources that are under consideration for a library purchase/subscription.
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1. ArtStor Digital library offers instant access to 1.8+ million images and the tools for education and research. Options provided for images include: viewing, printing, downloading, exporting, and saving as an image group. ArtStor has also worked with vendors to provide copyright permission for images to be used in publications. The trial ends June 2, 2015.
2. Shared Shelf is offered through ArtStor and offers Faculty and Staff the opportunity to add their digital collections. These collection will be searchable through the ArtStor Digital Library. Please contact Tony Fonseca for access to this resource. The trial ends June 2, 2015.
3. ACLS Humanities E-Book (HEB) includes 4,315 full-text, cross-searchable books (both in-print and out-of-print) in the humanities selected by scholars for their continuing importance for research and teaching. 300-500 titles are added every year. The trial ends July 18, 2015.
1. Research Monitor is a business reference database, which provides research on industries, countries and consumers worldwide. It includes key issues influencing the country and business environment, statistics, analysis of industries, market sizes and forecasts, information on leading companies, and global trends. The trial ends March 30, 2014.
2. Humanities and Social Sciences eBooks (Taylor & Francis Group) offers instant access to the world's premier Humanities, Social Sciences, Behavioral Sciences, Built Environment, STM and Law eBook content — from renowned imprints such as Routledge, Psychology Press and Focal Press. The trial ends May 16, 2014.
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