Try our Trial Databases

Try our Trial Databases

Database trials allow us to test out new databases for a brief time and are limited to access via campus computers only, unless otherwise noted. Please try them out from campus computers and give us your feedback!

Cochrane Collection Plus (Trial available through April 19)
http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?authtype=ip,uid&profile=cochrane
Cochrane Collection Plus combines the NHS Economic Evaluation Database
(NHS EED) and Health Technology Assessments (HTA) with the Cochrane
Database of Systematic Reviews (CDSR), Database of Abstracts of
Reviews of Effects (DARE), Cochrane Central Register of Controlled
Trials and Cochrane Methodology Register. All databases in Cochrane
Collection Plus are published by Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

PsycBooks (Trial available through March 19)
http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?authtype=ip,uid&profile=ehost&defaultdb=pzh
PsyBooks offers digitized chapters from thousands of books published
by the APA, ranging from current titles to historical classics in the
field of psychology.
Content Includes:
-Approximately 55,000 chapters in PDF from over 3,500 books
-Nearly 2,600 classic books of landmark historical impact in
psychology dating from the 1600s

The following trials are available through February 28, 2013:

ProQuest Historical Newspapers™ - Black Newspapers—The complete story with nine full-image titles that are and cross-searchable with other ProQuest Historical Newspapers, ProQuest Civil War Era, and with the Black Studies Center.

Black Studies Center— Primary and secondary sources for Black or African American studies—including the only periodical resource focused exclusively on African and African American studies and the full Chicago Defender newspaper from first issue to 1975.

ProQuest Civil War Era—Comprehensive, full-image primary source materials cover a vast range of topics that led to the abolitionist movement and emancipation.

ProQuest African American Heritage—Groundbreaking digital resource that not only brings together records critical to African American family research, but also connects to a community of research experts.