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Announcing New Electronic Resources

The University Libraries have recently acquired new electronic resources for students and scholars across the Danforth Campus. Here are some details about our newly available and/or expanded databases:

Consumer Reports provides reviews, ratings, recommendations, and articles to help consumers compare price, performance, reliability, and safety for various products and services, including cars, healthcare, appliances, electronics, baby and child gear, home and garden, personal finance, etc.

The Economist provides access to global reporting and analysis on economics, business, geopolitics, technology, and culture. This resource requires SSO (single-sign-on) authentication. Please see the entry in the Database A-Z list for log-in instructions. For more information about this resource, please contact business librarian Felicia Fulks

Psychotherapy.NET is a searchable database of streaming video files on psychotherapy. Videos are searchable by therapeutic approaches and issues, expert therapists, population, and titles. Videos feature demonstrations and counseling sessions with participants on a host of therapeutic topics. For more information about this resource, please contact anthropology librarian Ted Chaffin or Melissa Vetter, public health and social work librarian. Note: Individual title records are not yet available for the library catalog. Users must search for titles in the database. 

RetroNews (Press site of the National Library of France) offers over 2000 titles of the French press published from 1631 to 1951, plus editorial contents highlighting press archives and advanced research tools. For more information about this resource, please contact Romance Languages and Literatures librarian Lino Mioni.

Check out more of the Libraries’ extensive resources in our full list of A-Z Databases.