Databases on Trial

No, we’re not going to send our databases to jail. We’re just trying on some new products to see how they fit. This month, we are trialing ten databases. Take a look at the Database Trials page, give the products a try and let us know what you think.

  • Ambrose Digital Video offers high-quality academic videos in art, history, literature, music, science, political science, geography and more.
  • EBSCO Business eBook Collection offers additional business ebooks beyond the eBook Academic Collection.
  • EconLit with Full Text (EBSCO) gives us additional full-text journals beyond our current EconLit subscription that would help to support the new Master’s of Economics degree.
  • First World War Portal (Adam Matthew) features primary source material on World War I, including personal narratives, propaganda and recruitment, and visual perspectives and narratives.
  • Forbes Digital Archive contains the full backfile of Forbes magazine articles published from 1917-2000.
  • Mintel offers global market research in four economies: US, UK, China, and Brazil. It covers product innovation, consumer trends, and market analysis.
  • Reference USA is a directory of U.S. companies.
  • Routledge Handbooks Online offers handbooks in 22 subject areas in the humanities and social sciences.
  • SimplyMap is an award-winning web-based mapping (GIS) application for business and marketing
  • World Market Intelligence tracks 23 industries, 75,000 company profiles (including SWOT analysis), 100 country profiles, and macroeconomic data feeds covering 200+ countries.
This entry was posted in online @ the library and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink.