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The following databases are newly acquired or being evaluated for a future subscription.
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Provides access to authoritative, regularly-updated reference information for all areas of engineering, including communications and software. Includes "DataVis Material Properties," a web-based data visualization tool that allows you to compare properties across multiple materials. Also includes Schaum’s Outlines, instructional faculty-made videos, downloadable spreadsheet calculators, and more.
Trial runs until October 31, 2019. Please take this survey to provide us feedback.
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Streaming videos in a variety of humanities disciplines including architecture, visual art, dance, performing arts, theatre, visual arts, film/cinema, design, fashion, jewelery, photography, language/literature, education, history and politics, music, world studies.
Trial runs through November 16, 2019
  • Freely Available
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An online hub for digitized historical materials, born-digital materials, and information on archival holdings throughout the world.
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  • DU Main users may access
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Streaming media in a variety of disciplines.
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Resource provides access to a variety of New York Times newspaper content from the New York Times Company.
  • Freely Available
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A freely available visual history archive and educational resource for queer art and culture.
  • Freely Available
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Queer Zine Archive Project (QZAP) first launched in November 2003 to establish a living history archive of past and present queer zines. This is a freely available searchable database with links to view/download electronic copies of zines. Browse, search, and visit the blog.
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