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WE CURRENTLY HAVE FREE TRIAL ACCESS TO THE FOLLOWING E-RESOURCES:
Open Book Publishers (trial ends 11/11/2016)
Open Access monographs, rigorously peer reviewed and published by academics at the University of Cambridge. Collection includes 83 titles, all disciplines, from some of the world’s leading scholars including Amartya Sen, Noam Chomsky and former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown.
Business & Management Collection (trial ends 12/31/2016)
Video Lectures and Case Studies from HSTalks. Covers a wide range of subjects including: Finance, Accounting & Economics, Global Business, Management, Leadership & Organization, Marketing & Sales, Strategy, and Technology & Operations. FOR REMOTE ACCESS: Click on Passwords List to find the username and password.
World Bank eLibrary (trial ends 11/5/2016)
Access to all academic research and scholarship published by the World Bank since the 1990s with no embargoes.
Dictionary of Medieval Latin from British Sources (trial ends 1/3/2017)
Brepols newest Latin dictionary.
Database of all known legal materials on slavery in the United States and the English-speaking world, many derived from the expansive collection from Buffalo Erie County Public Library. Includes every state and federal statute, legal commentary, pamphlets and books from the 19th century, and other hard to find materials. From HeinOnline.
Non-profit and non-partisan database of presidential documents, recordings and videos dealing with current and historical information on American presidents from 1789 to present.