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A collection of primary resources include more than 2,000 documents curated around six crucial phases of the U.S. Black freedom struggle:
- Resistance to slavery by enslaved persons and the abolitionist movement of the 19th century
- The end of slavery during the Civil War and the Reconstruction Era
- The fight against Jim Crow segregation
- The New Deal and World War II
- The Civil Rights Movement and Black Power Movement from 1946-1975
- …and the contemporary Black experience since 1976.
Provides access to almost 200,000 academic title reviews from Choice Magazine back to September 1988 including tools such as webinars, podcasts, white papers, bibliographic essays, and digital publications. Publish 4,200 new reviews annually.
The Coronavirus Research Database brings together trusted content from journals, preprints, conference proceedings, dissertations and more related to COVID-19 and other coronaviruses. This database brings together not only content from open-access journals, but also pre-prints and additional content being made freely available by major publishers from around the world. This versatile content set is designed to help students, researchers, and health care professionals investigate answers to pressing questions arising in the wake of the pandemic. The database will continue to grow as more is learned and new content is published.
Full-text reviews of 3,000+ contemporary testing instruments. All previous editions of the yearbook dating back to 1938 (10,000+ full-text reviews). Tests In Print (TIP) — a bibliographical database to all known commercially available English-language tests currently in print.
an editorially curated pro/con database designed for middle and high school students, university undergraduates, instructors, and librarians. Leading Issues pages provide a framework for understanding and analyzing over 360 complex social issues with overviews, essential questions, viewpoints, and editorially selected primary and secondary sources. All content is 100% full-text and selected from authoritative magazines, newspapers, photographs, books, statistics, infographics, websites, and more.