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New Databases

The following databases are newly acquired:
Cambridge Histories Online This link opens in a new window
The Cambridge Histories series is an academic reference collections with over 300 titles spanning 15 subject areas offering up to date and authoritative scholarly content. Subject areas include: History, Literature, Middle East and African Studies,
Music and Theatre, Philosophy and Political Thought, and Religion.
Directory of Open Access Books This link opens in a new window
  • Open Access
Alternate Name(s): DOAB
DOAB is a community-driven discovery service that indexes and provides access to scholarly, peer-reviewed open access books and helps users to find trusted open access book publishers. All DOAB services are free of charge and all data is freely available.
Kanopy Criterion Collection This link opens in a new window
A collection of the greatest award-winning early cinema, foreign cinema and Hollywood films from around the world. The foundation of the collection is the work of such masters of cinema as Renoir, Godard, Kurosawa, Cocteau, Fellini, Bergman, Tarkovsky, Hitchcock, Fuller, Lean, Kubrick, Lang, Sturges, Dreyer, Eisenstein, Ozu, Sirk, Buñuel, Powell and Pressburger. Each film is presented uncut, as intended by the creator.
MIT Direct to Open This link opens in a new window
Alternate Name(s): MIT D2O
Key subject areas included in the MIT Direct to Open eBook collection include art and architecture, biomedical sciences, business and finance, computer science, cognitive science, design, education, environment, game studies, humanities, information science, linguistics, neuroscience, new media, philosophy, and social sciences.