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The following databases are newly acquired or being evaluated for a future subscription.
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The publisher of Annual Reviews has made all content available to assist students and faculty. Additional disciplines include Computer Science, Criminology, Financial Economics, Law and Social Science, Linguistics, Medicine, Political Science, Public Health, and Sociology. Access to these disciplines ends April 30, 2020.
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This collection includes access to 19 performances of plays and musicals from New York theatre. Trial ends April 18.
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Includes coverage of the COVID-19 outbreak, this database curates openly available content related to coronaviruses.
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Instruct offers a series of videos, tutorials, and assessments designed to help students gain an understanding of the foundations of information literacy and critical thinking. Please note: Returning users who experience difficulty in accessing the database should clear their browser cache and try again.
Trial ends May 15.
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JoVE has announced that it will provide free access to all its educational video content through June 15, 2020. These videos cover the areas of Biology, Chemistry, Engineering, Environmental Sciences, Physics and Psychology.
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Reference USA provides access to business and residential information in the US and Canada. Trial ends May 15.
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90 day trial.
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90 day trial.
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90 day trial.
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University of Michigan Press is making all content in its eBook collection free to read for the remainder of the academic term. Included in the collection are over 200 titles used in student courses and almost 300 award-winners. Strengths include Political Science and Public Policy (including Health), Performing Arts, Classical and Medieval Studies, American Studies, and Area Studies (especially East Asian, African, and German studies). Also available are titles in the areas of History, Sociology, Literary Studies, Disability Studies, Economics, Media Studies, Religion, and Education. Access restrictions have been removed for all 1,150+ titles until the end of April 2020.
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