Those teaching courses focused on history, health science, business, fashion or news literacy will want to take a look at the new electronic resources that have been added to the Library’s collections this year!

The Library offers trial access to requested databases and sometimes other types of e-resources for a limited time during the spring and fall semesters. Faculty feedback plays a large role in deciding whether or not we purchase a database -when you provide feedback that tells us how a current trial product would be incorporated into your teaching or research it helps us make sound choices between many competing resources and needs.

Similarly, telling us when and how you find a product to be inadequate also provides helpful information and allows us to share it with the content providers. While the Library can’t purchase all products that receive positive feedback, taking a minute to review the resources on trial is a great way to learn about new products and to help us build a strong collection that will meet your needs. For a complete list of databases on trial see:

Submit your feedback.

Don’t see a resource that will enhance your teaching or research? Faculty can send recommendations for trials to their Library subject liaisons.

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