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New and Updated Databases Summer 2015

The following databases and e-resources have been recently changed or added to KU Libraries' collections. A list of database trials is also available.

New to Databases A-Z

Docuseek2 Access streaming content from Bullfrog Films, Collective Eye Films, Icarus Films, Kartemquin Films, Scorpion TV, Sincerely Films, Terra Nova Films, and Villon Films.

BrowZine Web Evolution 1 (free to current subscribers) - Launched July 30. 2015, BrowZine Web rings all the benefits mobile users enjoy to the web based environment, extending access to desktop and laptop devices. Highlights include expanded data sources, abstracts, ILL Integration, EndNote Integration, transformative URLs, and ability to create and share reading lists.

Associated Press Collections Online: added European Bureau & Washington Bureau II

JSTOR Arts & Sciences XIV

ProQuest Historical Newspapers: Irish Times

ProQuest Historical Newspapers: Christian Science Monitor

ProQuest Legislative Insight Module A

Updates to Databases A-Z

Title changes / URL changes / Platform changes:

AnthroSource 2.0 - URL change effective July 29, 2015; old site will cease September 9, 2015.

IMF eLibrary Data - URL change effective August 3, 2015; old site will cease September 1, 2015.

RILM Abstracts of Music Literature (1967-Present only) - Title change from RILM Abstracts of Music Literature effective July 29, 2015.  RILM Retrospective Abstracts of Music Literature merged with RILM Abstracts of Music Literature into a single, comprehensive database.  EBSCO Support confirms there is no URL change for our account (since we do not subscribe to both products).

America's Historical Newspapers. Kansas Newspapers - URL change effective June 25, 2015

Statistical Abstracts of the U.S. (2013- : ProQuest) - URL changed effective June 1, 2015

Britannica Online - URL change effective May 22, 2015


Other E-resource Updates (not in Databases A-Z)



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