Rosetta Stone and Mango Languages

We have two new trials for language learning resources: Mango Languages and Rosetta Stone*, both of which can be found on our Trial Databases page. Please let us know if you have feedback about these resources!

*Please note that Rosetta Stone requires that each person creates their own username and password for this trial. Speak . . . → Read More: Rosetta Stone and Mango Languages

Trial: Chatham House Online Archive

All CUNY libraries have access to a trial version of Chatham House Online Archive, Module 1, 1920-1979 through March 4, 2014.

Please use this time to take a look at this resource and tell us what you think about it!

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Trial: Met Opera on Demand

The Graduate Center has access to this trial for a limited time. Met Opera on Demand offers access to over 450 Met performances online.

Please let us know what you think about this resources and whether we should acquire it permanently by completing this form. You can see a list of all of our . . . → Read More: Trial: Met Opera on Demand

Trial: Global Issues in Context

All of CUNY has a one year trial to Gale’s Global Issues in Context. This resource includes “background information and explanations of the impact of issues and events, expert perspectives analyzing issues from cultural, religious, political, social, economic, scientific and health standpoints, full-text international magazines, academic journals and news sources, primary sources (such as legislation . . . → Read More: Trial: Global Issues in Context

Trials: Intelligence Resources from Brill

The Graduate Center has two trials for two databases that relate to U.S. Intelligence, through November 6:

Cold War Intelligence Online: The Secret War Between the U.S. and the USSR, 1945-1991 This collection of 2,360 formerly classified U.S. government documents (most of them classified Top Secret or higher) provides readers for the first time with . . . → Read More: Trials: Intelligence Resources from Brill

Trial: Accessible Archives

The Graduate Center has a short trial for Accessible Archives, just through October 6. This resource collects many historic, primary source newspapers and periodicals, such as an African American Newspapers, Civil War publications, early women’s periodicals and materials published by Frederick Douglass, Harriet Tubman, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony and many more.

Please let . . . → Read More: Trial: Accessible Archives

Trial Database: PsycEXTRA

CUNY has a trial through October 16 to a new psychology database: PsycEXTRA. Please try it out and let us know what you think using our new trial databases feedback form!

Routledge Performance Archive Trial

The Graduate Center has a trial through November 11 to Routledge Performance Archive, which contains audio-visual material from past and present practitioners of performance. Search by Subject, Practitioner, or browse through the Keyword Index or Commentaries. Let us know if you find this resource useful, and if you think we should consider adding it to . . . → Read More: Routledge Performance Archive Trial

Statistical Database Trial

All of CUNY has a trial through July 31 to Statista. This database aggregates statistical data about over 600 international industries from more than 18,000 sources, including market researchers, trade organizations, scientific journals, and government databases. Statista can be used to find information about U.S. elections, international demographics, child abuse, conventions, exhibitions, and meetings, digital . . . → Read More: Statistical Database Trial

LGBT Thought and Culture

The Graduate Center has a trial through July 17 to LGBT Thought and Culture, a collection of books, periodicals, and archival materials documenting LGBT political, social and cultural movements. Documents range from letters, speeches, interviews, and ephemera covering the political evolution of gay rights as well as memoirs, biographies, poetry, letters and works of fiction . . . → Read More: LGBT Thought and Culture