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The following are being evaulated for the Libraries' collections, or have been recently added. Feedback is appreciated. All trials are for on-campus use only unless indicated otherwise.
Trial
Book collection, focusing largely on Social Sciences and Humanities, of 700,000 titles that covers various subjects in classical Chinese, Chinese language and literature, philosophy, religions, art, economics, political science, science, mathematics & more. Most books are published post-1949. Trial ends December 31, 2018. Please send questions and comments to Julie Wang (jwang at binghamton.edu)
New
Academic Video Online offers more than 66,000 titles spanning the widest range of subject areas including anthropology, business, counseling, film, health, history, music, and more.
Trial
Collection of gazetteers, books and journals related to Chinese local history. It contents 20,000 volumes books in fulltext and 500,000 indexed articles. As a focus on local publications, the resources are sorted according to provinces and regions. Once you entered the database, please "Click to enter", then in the next page, click “文史资料“ under SuperStar Specialty. The trial will end on December 31, 2018. Please send all questions and comments to Julie Wang (jwang at binghamton.edu).
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This full-text database offers Spanish- and Portuguese-language academic content for researchers studying a broad range of disciplines. The extensive collection of scholarly journals and quality titles from Latin America, Portugal and Spain are readily available in PDF format.
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This database contains the National Archives and Records Administration's complete collection of records on President John F. Kennedy's assassination. Also included are books, hearings, other related works, and scholarly articles on this topic. See Binghamton University Libraries Center for the Study of the 1960s.
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Allows for identification of exceptional books that reflect diverse cultural experiences, interest and reading levels. Obtain teaching resources paired with the books that further enjoyment, contextual knowledge, and educational relevance. Proves PR resources such as flyers, emails, texts, embeddable links and social media information.
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