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Subjects: Humanities, Literature

New & Trial Electronic Resources of Note

The below lists are intended to provide easier access to relevant electronic resources on trial or recently acquired. Note: The titles are also included in our full list of Research Databases.

Product Trials (Short Term Access)

Constitutions of the World
[access will cease July 30, 2016]

Newly Available Journals

Annual Review of Linguistics (2015 to present)

Journal of Digital Learning in Teacher Education

Technical Communication Quarterly

Newly Licensed Electronic Resources of Note

17th and 18th Century Burney Collection Newspapers

19th Century U.S. Newspapers

Artemis Primary Sources
For cross-searching of our licensed primary resource databases from Gale.

Browzine Web
[enhanced subscription]

Chicago Tribune (1985 to present)

Church Missionary Society Periodicals, Module 1

Database of Latin Dictionaries

Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics (via Wiley Online Library)
Note: Direct proxied access

Jacoby Online

JSTOR Ireland Collection

SciVal Experts (complimentary access)

SciVal Funding (complimentary access)

Sunday Times Digital Archive, 1822-2006

Supplementum Epigraphicum Graecum Online (SEG)

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