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The following databases are newly acquired or being evaluated for a future subscription.
New
Covers nearly 80 years of access to concise, critical evaluations for books with subject coverage in areas such as art, biography, business, education, history, the humanities, literature, religion, science & technology, the social sciences, and more. It contains over 41,000 full-text reviews and nearly 1.5 million review citations from key English-language magazines, newspapers, and academic journals.

For easy results search for a title or author from either the basic search screen or advanced search screen. On the results page, select Reviews within the Source Type facet on the left side of the screen.
New Trial
The resource is still "under construction." If you need assistance using this resource, please contact a librarian.
Similar to Summon, EDS provides fast, simple access to all of our library’s full text articles (both electronic and print) through a single search box. EDS allows users to simultaneously search across content from hundreds of academic publishers, the library catalog, and our institutional repository.
New
Contains full-text articles and images in the New York Times from 1851 to the present on the nytimes.com website. Access to articles from 1923 to 1980 is limited to five per day, any other time frame provides unlimited article access. The New York Times is a great resource for current events as well finding out how historical events were covered or received at the time they happened.
In order to access this resource you must create an account for the site, directions for doing so can be found on our FAQ page.
Access to the NY Times through the website is different from access through the Proquest database. It will not have the indexing and filters that you find in the database but it covers a larger period of time and gives you access to images.
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