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ComAbstracts and ComAnalytics

We are working on resolving access issues with ComAbstracts and ComAnalytics asap. 


ProQuest will be taking up to an eight-hour maintenance window beginning Saturday, January 15 at 10:00pm ET to upgrade infrastructure, enhance security, and maintain reliability on many ProQuest products. During this maintenance window, various ProQuest products will be temporarily unavailable.

Gale Business Insights: Global

Effective January 28, 2022, the ASU Library will no longer provide access to Business Insights: Global.

Waterloo Directory of English Newspapers and Periodicals 1800-1900

Waterloo Directory of English Newspapers and Periodicals 1800-1900 is currently experiencing technical issues which our vendor is working to resolve.



New / Trial Databases

The following databases are newly acquired or being evaluated for a future subscription.
The University Press Library is a digital library of eBook collections from 16 prestigious university presses: Cornell University Press, University of California Press, The University of Chicago Press, Fordham University Press, Harvard University Press, NYU Press, University of Hawai'i Press, University of Pennsylvania Press, Princeton University Press, Penn State University Press, Rutgers University Press, Stanford University Press, University of Toronto Press, University of Texas Press, Yale University Press, and Columbia University Press.
Note: This is a trial resource.
This database provides legal news and current awareness tools in a wide variety of law practice areas. It is updated every business day.
MIT Press Direct includes two collections of scholarly e-books from MIT Press: STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and Mathematics) and HSS (Humanities and Social Sciences).
This is a database of all eBooks published by O’Reilly as well as videos, including content and resources from the world’s best publishers. Topics include programming, IT networking, project management, graphic design, and business strategy. Please note that the time shown is average time needed to read the book cover to cover and does change to show what you have read. This does not limit your use of the book.
This database contains import and export data for more than 15 million U.S. and international companies and 35 million products. It can be used to research global suppliers and trading partners, track specific shipments, and see sourcing trends by HTS code.
A comprehensive chemical information database; covers journal articles, patents, technical reports, books, conference proceedings, and dissertations from around the world. Covers a broad range of chemical and chemistry-related literature, with a focus on synthesis and reactions.
Brought to you by ASU Knowledge Enterprise.

Conditions of Use

Electronic resources are owned by independent providers and are protected by copyright and other laws. They are provided for ASU students, faculty, staff and library users only. ASU is not responsible for the content, format, accuracy or availability of electronic resources.

You must:

  • Use the resources for personal, educational or research purposes only
  • Check the provider's website for permitted uses and restrictions
  • Comply with restrictions on use, copying, reproduction, distribution and alteration

You must not:

  • Systematically or programmatically or massively copy any of these resources
  • Distribute these resources beyond ASU faculty, students and staff
  • Sell or otherwise make commercial use of the resources
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