CINAHL® Complete is the world's most comprehensive nursing & allied health research database, providing full text for more than 1,600 journals. Content coverage includes 50 nursing specialties, speech and language pathology, nutrition, general health and medicine and more.
An online reference library of more than 400 full-text titles covering a comprehensive range of subjects. In addition to full-text, images, sound, video and a Concept Map search feature make this a great resource for both quick facts and gathering background information or learning new concepts and terms.
A collection of primary sources that provides access to "significant British pamphlets from the 19th century held in research libraries in the United Kingdom" (from vendor website). This trial collection is available through June 30, 2022.
This primary source collection offers close to "three million high-resolution type specimens and related materials" for the study of botany, ecology, and conservation studies (from vendor website). This trial collection is available through June 30, 2022.
This primary source collection "focuses on the complex and varied liberation struggles" in South Africa, with emphasis on Botswana, Mozambique, Namibia, South African, and Zimbabwe (from vendor website). The collection contains over 27,000 objects and 190,000 pages of documents and images. This trial collection is available through June 30, 2022.
This primary source collection provides access to over 86,000 objects of "visual, contextual, and spatial documentation of African heritage and rock art sites" (from vendor website). This collection was developed by scholars and institutions across Africa, Europe, and North America. This trial collection is available through June 30, 2022.
Use this link to register for an account to the New York Times. Once you have an account, you do not need to use the A-Z Databases link for access. Students have access through the calendar year they graduate. Faculty and staff have 4 years of full account access until reauthentication is required.