Library Resource Updates for Fall 2017
Credo Reference Academic Core Collection
As part of our approaching consolidation with Armstrong, the library now subscribes to the Credo Academic Core collection. This collection includes over 650 titles with emphasis on subject encyclopedias, dictionaries, atlases, and reference handbooks. These titles enhance our existing Credo title list.
To learn more about Credo Reference and the Academic Core collection, see these resources:
- Learn more about the Academic Core collection
- Browse all of our Credo Reference Titles
- Browse our collection of Credo topic pages
ebrary is now EBook Central, which is available on and off-campus via the Library’s A-Z Database List, GIL-Find, and Discover. Ebook Central offers authoritative ebooks in a wide range of subject areas, along with powerful tools to help you find, use, and manage the information you need. Ebook Central includes the following ebook collections:
- Academic Completeis a growing, multidisciplinary collection of over 125,000 scholarly ebooks.
- College Completeebook subscription database contains more than 40,000 titles.
- Public Library Completeebook subscription database with more than 35,000 titles.
Most ebooks available from Ebook Central can be downloaded and read offline on your computer or mobile device. For instructions, see the library’s support article, Download and Read eBooks from the Ebook Central Database.
Georgia Historic Newspapers Archive
The Digital Library of Georgia (DLG) recently launched the new Georgia Historic Newspapers Archive, which features historic newspaper titles from around the state. This archive is now available via the Library’s A-Z Database List, GIL-Find, and Discover.
Since 2007, the Digital Library of Georgia has been providing access to the state’s historic newspapers through multiple, online city and regional newspaper archives. The DLG’s newest website, Georgia Historic Newspapers Archive, continues that tradition by bringing together new and existing resources into a single, consolidated website.
The Georgia Historic Newspapers Archive includes some of the state’s earliest newspapers; important African-American, Roman Catholic, and Cherokee newspapers; and issues from Augusta, Atlanta, Columbus, Fayetteville, Houston county, Louisville, Thomson, Sandersville, Waycross, and Waynesboro. The latest additions bring the total number of newspaper pages available free online through the DLG to 825,000 pages.
Like the older DLG newspaper sites, the Georgia Historic Newspapers Archive provides newspaper issues that are full-text searchable and can be browsed by date and title.
Nexis Uni contains thousands of publications, virtually all include full text. Many types of publications are included: newspapers (in English, other languages, and translations of international papers), legal news, general interest magazines, medical journals, trade publications, company financial information, transcripts, wire service reports, government publications (such as the federal case law, U.S. Code, Code of Federal Regulations, Congressional Testimony, etc.), law reviews, and reference works (such as the Forbes Annual Directory, the Official Guide/American Marketplace and the US Global Trade Outlook).
Nexis Uni will completely replace LexisNexis Academic later this fall, at which time all links to LexisNexis Academic will be removed from the library website and LibGuides. Additionally, all links to filtered LexisNexis Academic searches that currently appear on the Library A-Z Database List will be updated to Nexis Uni later this fall.
TumbleBookCloud is an online collection of ebooks, enhanced novels, graphic novels, videos and audio books, which offers students and adults of all reading levels access to a wide range of content. TumbleBookCloud includes a large collection of YA titles and graphic novels. Access to TumbleBookCloud is provided by GALILEO.
If you have any questions, please contact the Information Services Desk at (912) 478-5645.