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Contains 300,000 poems in full text and 450,000 citations with complete coverage of the works of several individual great poets, including Shelley, Blake, Burns, Keats, Marvell, Poe, Unamuno, Heine, Baudelaire, and many more. Granger’s also includes a wide range of critical and historical tools and features, such as biographies of poets and subject indexing, to enhance understanding and enjoyment of poetry
Proquest Black Studies includes primary and secondary sources such as leading historical Black newspapers, archival documents and collections, key government materials, videos, writings by major Black intellectuals and leaders, scholarly journals, and essays by top scholars in Black Studies.
Collection of cross-searchable documents, diary entries, and editorial essays, from the work of young Ben Franklin through the presidential correspondence of Woodrow Wilson.
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Develop and practice real-world skills needed to successfully transition from campus to the modern workplace through interactive self-assessment, virtual scenarios, downloadable data, and expert insights. This resource features both academic and practitioner experts in a library of flexible learning tracks across 850 in-demand topics across five in-demand categories. Supporting a wide range of courses, SAGE Skills: Business offers students a self-guided journey to gain the career-ready skill sets essential for professional success
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Develop and practice the academic and personal skills necessary to successfully transition to campus life and enable lifelong learning. With over 90 skills and more than 1,100 topics across ten comprehensive modules, Student Success provides a flexible and engaging learning journey through self-assessments, interactive scenarios, downloadable exercises, original videos, and more.
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