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Connect to Knowledge: Additional Bloomsbury Digital Resources Award-Winning Content in the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences

March 14, 2023 by | Resources

The Leatherby Libraries is pleased to offer access to two additional Bloomsbury resources: the Bloomsbury Video Library and the Bloomsbury International Encyclopedia of Surrealism. The Bloomsbury Video Library* features content from filmed performances and fiction films to documentaries and instructional videos. We have access to the entire Arts and Humanities Collection, which includes 2,000 films

Connect to Knowledge: Expanded Coverage for IEEE-Wiley and MIT Press Ebooks A Significant Addition to Our Comprehensive Engineering and Science Content

March 7, 2023 by | Resources

The Leatherby Libraries is pleased to offer expanded coverage to the IEEE-Wiley and MIT Press Ebooks through the IEEE Electronic Library database. This purchase of the IEEE-Wiley 2012-2023 and the MIT Press Ebooks 2020-2023 collections brings our holdings up to date and expands our coverage of significant engineering and science content. The IEEE-Wiley also contains

Connect to Knowledge: Health Poll Database Reap the Rewards with these Resources

January 24, 2023 by | Resources

The Leatherby Libraries is pleased to offer access to the Health Poll Database from the Roper Center for Public Opinion Research at Cornell University. This comprehensive database for health-related U.S. survey questions covers over eighty years of national polling from 1935 to the present day. Searchable questions and results, demographic crosstabs, and trends are available

Connect to Knowledge: Water Rights and Resources Reap the Rewards with these Resources

November 4, 2022 by | Resources

The Leatherby Libraries has gained perpetual access to a new collection from HeinOnline: Water Rights & Resources. It can be accessed either through the hyperlink or via our default link to HeinOnline (provided by the Law Library). This database contains “Congressional documents, books, Supreme Court briefs, and legislative histories on major legislation at the state

Connect to Knowledge: Constellate Text and Data Mining Tool Reap the Rewards with these Resources

October 17, 2022 by | Resources

The Leatherby Libraries is pleased to offer a new subscription to a text and data mining tool called Constellate. In addition to our recent subscription to TDM Studio, this is the second text and data mining tool acquired to support research, learning, and teaching at Chapman University. Constellate was created by the non-profit ITHAKA to support

Connect to Knowledge: Digital National Security Archive Reap the Rewards with these Resources

September 2, 2022 by | Resources

The Leatherby Libraries is pleased to offer access to many new primary source collections through our subscription to the Digital National Security Archive. This database contains more than 140,000 important, declassified U.S. government documents, providing vital primary source material to advance research relating to 20th and 21st-century history, politics, and international relations. The digitized documents

Connect to Knowledge: Bloomsbury Food Library Reap the Rewards with these Resources

August 2, 2022 by | Resources

The Leatherby Libraries is pleased to offer a new subscription to Bloomsbury Food Library. This database brings together many resources related to food science and includes: Encyclopedias and reference works; Over 100 e-books; Image collections from the Culinary Arts Museum at Johnson & Wales University, The National Archives of the UK, and the Metropolitan Museum

Connect to Knowledge: Bloomsbury BFI Classics Reap the Rewards with these Resources

July 29, 2022 by | Resources

The Leatherby Libraries is pleased to offer access to Bloomsbury BFI Classics. This database contains 160 ebooks from the British Film Institute. This collection from the Film Classics series introduces, interprets, and celebrates landmarks of world cinema from the silent era to the 21st century. Each title includes an argument for the film’s ‘classic’ status,

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