Celebrate National Library Week!

ng_nlw_button_stacklogo1Gale and Proquest have both announced complimentary access to selected databases during National Library week, April 11-17, 2010.  Information and links to access are included below.

Gale: http://www.gale.cengage.com/NLW2010/?grid=10ALL053

Some good stuff here:

  • Archives Unbound — a vast new resource of topically-focused, cross-searchable digital collections of historical documents
  • Career Transitions — a new electronic resource offering a comprehensive guide to career change
  • Global Issues in Context — this online resource offers global news and perspectives on issues and events of international importance
  • GREENR (Global Reference on the Environment, Energy, and Natural Resources) — a new electronic resource offering authoritative reference content on the environment, energy, economic development and natural resources
  • Grzimek’s Animal Life — an interactive, media-rich online resource, with information on more than 4,000 species

Proquest: http://proquest.com/en-US/promos/celebrate.shtml

  • CultureGramsTM explore the world’s cultures with local experts that document the history, customs, government, and daily life in multimedia reports on over 200 countries.
  • eLibrary(R) this easy to use resource brings together content about in-demand subjects from millions of multimedia-rich, global resources.
  • ProQuest(R) African American Heritage brings together records critical to African American family history research and connects users to a community of research experts.
  • ProQuest Historical NewspapersTM – Black Newspapers experience history firsthand via continuous runs of the following full-image titles: The Baltimore Afro-American, Chicago Defender, Los Angeles Sentinel, and New York Amsterdam News.
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