Entrepreneurial Studies Source – Trial ended September 12, 2011

Entrepreneurial Studies Source offers full text for more than 125 key periodicals, 135 reference books, numerous case studies, thousands of company profiles and over 600 videos with transcripts and related articles from the Harvard Faculty Seminar Series and Vator.TV, one of the world’s largest social network sites for high-tech entrepreneurs.

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ATLA Historical Monographs Collections Series 1 & 2 – Trial ended April 14, 2011

American Theological Library Association (ATLA) Historical Monographs Collection Series 1 and Series 2 present more than 15,000 titles from 13th Century through the 1923. Series 1 includes many volumes in Aramaic, Arabic, Greek, Hebrew and other languages besides English, documenting the recovery of languages used during the biblical era and provides an in-depth view of the way that interest in, and knowledge of, biblical languages emerged during the nineteenth century, an important foundation for today’s study and understanding of biblical languages. Series 2 presents a comprehensive picture of religion in America at the turn of the century. Subjects addressed include the conflict between religion and science, the growing interest in Eastern religions and other world religions, and significant shifts in the religious identification of Americans.

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Communication Abstracts – Trial ended December 31, 2010

Communication Abstracts, formerly produced by Sage Publications, is a comprehensive source of information about communication-related publications on a world-wide scale. Containing over 235,000 records, Communication Abstracts covers major journals in communication, mass media, and other closely-related fields of study to create a research and reference resource that encompasses the breadth of the communication discipline. Coverage includes recent literature in the areas of communication processes; interpersonal communication and relations; economics and communication; communication, culture, and society; education and communication; health communication; political communication; communication, regulation, and the law; organizational communication; public relations; advertising, marketing, and consumer behavior; mass media; journalism and news media; popular culture and the media; communication and information technology; telecommunications; and communication theory and research. Over 250 titles are now presented with cover-to-cover coverage. Other new features include searchable references for over 180 titles, and a Publications Authority of key titles.

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