This month the Libraries offer a bounty of trials of primary source databases. From the Tudors to the Tetons, pirates to porcelain, Hemisfair ’68 to the Treaty of Lisbon in 1668, we’ve got you covered.
WorldCat is a database of more than 175 million records for books, journals, videos, audio recordings, websites, government documents, theses, newspapers, manuscript collections, maps, and more.
Literature Online offers the full text of more than 350,000 works of literature, together with literary criticism, author profiles, and reference works.
This blog post on the Libraries’ Digital Collections was written by journalism student Megan Wilson.
The Library Catalog system will be offline on Wednesday, Aug. 8 from approximately 9-11 a.m.
In this week’s edition of Hidden Databases, journalism student Megan Wilson describes how Access Science can be used by science majors and non-science majors alike.