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American Mosaic – The Latino American Experience – Trial ended November 2, 2007.

Latino American Experience (LAE) is the first-ever full-text database focusing on the history and culture of Latinos living in the United States. LAE’s content spans from the pre-Columbian Indigenous civilizations of the Americas, through the Spanish and Mexican settlement of much of what is now the United States, to the triumphs and challenges facing present-day U.S. Latinos.
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Aluka – Trial ended June 30, 2007.

“Aluka is a not-for-profit international collaboration of educational and cultural institutions. Our mission is to build a high-quality scholarly resource of materials from and about Africa. We seek to attract contributed collections about Africa from institutions and individuals around the world.”

AccessUNDP (NewsBank) – Trial ended.

Libraries purchased.

The foremost index to a finite collection of United Nations Development Programme Project Reports issued and held by UN headquarters between the years 1972-1998. The index provides access to evaluative, technical and terminal reports (available in full-text on microfiche from NewsBank/Readex) submitted to the UN by numerous participating and executing agencies.

AccessSurgery – Trial ended May 27, 2007.

Libraries purchased.

McGraw-Hill’s is an integrated online resource that provides medical students, surgical residents, and practicing surgeons with quick answers to surgical inquiries from trusted sources. Organized around the ACGME’s (Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education) mandate for a Core Curriculum, AccessSurgery delivers content in context.

Theatre in Video – Active through December 31, 2006.

Libraries purchased.

Theatre in Video contains more than 250 of the world’s most important plays, together with more than 100 video documentaries, online in streaming video-more than 500 hours in all. These definitive performances, by leading actors and directors, have been painstakingly licensed from a wide range of copyright holders. They are now delivered to you over the Internet, in a revolutionary new format developed specifically for drama.   For the first time, students, instructors, and researchers can bookmark specific scenes, monologues, and staging examples and then include those online links in their papers and course reserves.

Primary Sources of the Women’s Movement, 1960 to present: Publications on the Status of Women – Active until December 31, 2006.

Primary Sources of the Women’s Movement, 1960 to Present: Publications on the Status of Women
is an archive of all available publications of federal, state and local Commissions on the Status of Women beginning in the mid-1960s. These resources include data and statistics, personal testimony, chronologies, milestonetemps, biographies, laws and legal challenges, training instructions, self-help guides, and more.