New eResources

The following resources have been added in the last six months.

1684 - 1912

Digitized American magazines & journals, detailing American history & culture. Topics include women's issues, health, science, the history of slavery, industry & professions, religion, the arts, etc. 

Choose your favorite online journals from Smith's collection and from open-access titles. Create your own bookshelf, create alerts, and sync across devices. See help for more information and download instructions for mobile version. Trial ends 10/31/15.

Letters, telegrams, reports, treaties, etc. generated by the British Foreign and Colonial offices. Topics include colonization, border disputes & wars, education, finance & commerce, political movements, economy & resources, relations with indigenous peoples & the slave trade. Trial ends 12/16/15.

Letters, telegrams, reports, treaties, etc. generated by the British Foreign and Colonial offices. US materials: Prohibition, World War II, Lend Lease, Communism, the Ku Klux Klan, desegration, etc. Canadian materials: Railroads, fisheries, border disputes, the Hudson’s Bay Company, Native Americans, etc. Caribbean materials: Slavery, trade, agiculture, boundary disputes, health & disease, etc. Trial ends 12/16/15.

Up-to-date videos from conference presentations, lectures & workshops ; anonymous transcripts from real therapy sessions; plus reference materials, chapters, and articles.


Important, alternative news perspective, compared to the London Times; targeted at the British lower and middle classes, with a large female readership.

Focuses on the changing nature of everyday life in Britain in the 18th, 19th & early 20th centuries. Categories include entertainment; the book trade; popular prints; crimes, murders & executions; and advertising. Trials ends 11/30/15.

Community-contributed database. Herbaria can share plant type specimens; experts determine & update plant names. Supports botany, ecology & conservation.

Classical music video broadcasts of live concerts & programs, in collaboration with the greatest orchestras and concert halls in the world. Trial ends 10/7/15.

Series 1: New Readerships: Women's, Children's, Humor and Leisure/Sports"; Series 2: Empire: Colonial, Travel, Culture, Missions.

Full-text eBooks in the field of classics, from a variety of academic publishers.

Comprehensive database of funding opportunities, with over three million scholar profiles; identify funding opportunities uniquely matched to specific scholarly profiles.

SAGE Stats makes research easy by providing, in one place, annual measures dating back more than two decades. It features statistical data series created from more than 200,000 government and non-government datasets, covering popular topics of research interest for U.S. states, counties, cities, metropolitan areas, and ZIP codes. By harmonizing carefully-vetted data from multiple sources into the same format– allowing quick downloads, comparisons, and visualizations–SAGE Stats provides power and context for researchers at all levels. Trial ends 12/06/2015.

A powerful data download and visualization tool covering all three branches of the United States government. Trial ends 12/06/2015.