The Libraries’ Major Acquisitions Advisory Committee has announced that access to the following new eresources has begun.
Harper’s Magazine Archives (1850-2016): The oldest general-interest monthly in America, Harper’s Magazine explores the issues that drive our national conversation, through long-form narrative journalism, fiction, essays, and such celebrated features as the iconic Harper’s Index. Provides readers with a unique perspective on politics, society, the environment, and culture. More info.
JSTOR Arts & Sciences X: Features 126 titles with broad coverage in Business and the Social Sciences. Sociology, Education, Public Policy & Administration, and the History of Science, Technology, and Medicine are all represented in this collection, and titles that are cross-listed in the Business III Collection contribute scholarship in the fields of Business, Economics, and Finance. New JSTOR disciplines such as Transportation Studies and Development Studies are represented as well. JSTOR X will serve researchers in disciplines that rely on science and social science theory, data, and analysis to support their work. More info.
Scientific American Archives (1845-2016): The world’s premier magazine of scientific discovery and technological innovation for the general public. Provides a deep understanding of how science and technology can influence human affairs and illuminate the natural world. In every issue, leading scientists, inventors and engineers from diverse fields describe their ideas and achievements; the work of select journalists rounds out the offerings. More info.
South Asian Newspapers: A fully searchable collection of historical newspapers from the 19th and 20th centuries, featuring titles from India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. This uniquely comprehensive online resource was created in partnership with the Center for Research Libraries – one of the world’s largest and most important newspaper repositories. More info.