The content of Oxford Scholarship Online has been increased by 199 titles, bringing the total to 3,772 Oxford University Press reference books in economics and finance, history, linguistics, literature, mathematics, music, philosophy, political science, and psychology. A list of newly available titles by subject is available.
As of January 25, CUNY has access to 46,000 scholarly books in all disciplines from ebrary. In addition to finding these books through author, title, subject, and keyword searches in the CUNY Catalog, it may be beneficial to browse ebrary directly to see what types of books are available. For example, the 5,723 titles under . . . → Read More: Electronic Books from ebrary
As of November 17, the Graduate Center subscribes to Oxford Scholarship Online, providing the full text of hundreds of scholarly books published by Oxford University Press. While the Graduate Center’s subscription allows access to abstracts of books in other disciplines, text is available for titles only in economics and finance, history, linguistics, literature, mathematics, music, . . . → Read More: Oxford Scholarship Online
Journal Citation Reports are now part of the Graduate Center’s subscription to Web of Science. This resource includes the number of articles published in journals indexed by the Web of Science and the number of citations to individual journals. This information may be viewed by journal name, subject, publisher, and country or territory. Be sure . . . → Read More: Journal Citation Reports
Researchers may now simultaneously search all EBSCO databases to which the Graduate Center subscribes. EBSCO Multi-Database Search includes Academic Search Premier, America: History and Life, Business Source Premier, CINAHL, Communication and Mass Media Complete, EconLit, GreenFILE, Health Source: Nursing, Historical Abstracts, Humanities International Complete, MasterFILE Premier, MEDLINE, Military and Government Collection, Philosopher’s Index, PsycARTICLES, PsycBOOKS, . . . → Read More: EBSCO Multi-Database Search
As of October 24, the Graduate Center has access to PEP Web, International Financial Statistics, and World Development Indicators Online. PEP Web provides the text of 26 psychoanalysis journals from 1871 through 2005, 56 classic psychoanalytic books, and all 24 volumes of The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud. International Financial . . . → Read More: New Databases
The Graduate Center has a trial through November 23 to Counseling and Psychotherapy Transcripts, Client Narratives, and Reference Works. This database includes approximately 45,300 pages of material, including more than 9,000 pages of session transcripts, more than 17,000 pages of client narratives, and more than 18,000 pages of secondary reference material.
The Graduate Center has a trial through September 30 to Twentieth Century Advice Literature: North American Guides on Race, Sex, Gender, and the Family. This database on the mores of the past includes 112 self-help and how-to books published between 1859 and 1980. Titles focus on business, finance, and professional life; character and self-improvement; citizenship; . . . → Read More: Twentieth Century Advice Literature
The Graduate Center subscribes to PsycCritiques, an American Psychological Association database, offering the full text of reviews of recent scholarly and professional books in psychology from 1956 to the present, as well as reviews of popular films and books from a psychological perspective.
The PubMed database is now integrated with , our citation-linking service. If you link into PubMed from our library website, the Find it! button will show up on every citation within your search results. The database is available from our A-Z Database list and on our science-and-health-focused subject guides.
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