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New / Trial Databases

The following databases are newly acquired or being evaluated for a future subscription.
Find primary source material in American History. Includes thousands of full-text periodicals dated from 1693 to 1877 (the Colonial Period through Reconstruction and the Western Expansion).
Access to information about historic newspapers and select digitized newspaper pages.
Search and browse through datasets sourced from over 70 public and private sources, covering 16 subject areas. Manipulate and refine datasets, compare multiple indicators and multiple sources, chart trends over time, and map data without requiring additional software programs. Includes a built in calculator, the ability to view data many different ways, and the "What Happened Here?" feature for context to understand what a spike or drop in data means.
provides extensive information about measurement tools across the diverse disciplines of nursing, medicine, social work, psychology, public health, sociology, and communication.
This resource covers international security and peace and conflict studies through a broad lens. It includes a wide range of journals, ebooks, and research reports in the field of security studies.
Use this database, developed by SUNY Geneseo, to find open educational resources (OERs) including textbooks, courses, modules, videos and more to use in your classes. These are free of copyright restrictions,
Supports research at all levels by providing material to guide users through every step of the research process. This comprehensive resource uses book, reference, case study, teaching dataset, and video content to equip users to become skilled researchers.
The Methods Map provides a visual representation on how methods concepts are connected
The Project Planner tool is a step-by-step guide through the research process
Reading Lists can be made public, allowing faculty to easily assign reading or video content to their students
660 full length interviews of prominent African Americans with over 2,000 hours of video footage. Interviewees include Barack Obama, Ossie Davis, B.B. King and Eric Holder.