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July 2006
Volume 8 Number 3
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New Electronic Resources Available to SUNYConnect Libraries

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SUNYConnect libraries now have access to extensive resources that provide a good fit with the major curricular needs of the university. The numerous business and nursing programs around SUNY have a more complete array of information resources to support those courses. In addition, the many education departments around SUNY can offer a comprehensive full-text database for their students.

The SUNYConnect Advisory Council (S.A.C.) has accepted the recommendation of a SUNY-wide committee investigating the best use of SUNYConnect database funds. Part of that group's charge was to see whether the SUNYConnect electronic resources could include more full-text in areas that encompass common subject areas/programs chosen by our students.

The new SUNYConnect resources from EBSCO Publishing are
Academic Search Premier
Business Source Premier
CINAHL Plus with Full text
CINAHL Select
Education Research Complete
ERIC
Library, Information Science & Technology Abstracts
MasterFILE Premier
MEDLINE
Military & Government Collection
Pre-CINAHL
Professional Development Collection
Regional Business News

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SUNYConnect institutions continue to have access to:

ScienceDirect
Opposing Viewpoints
Literature Resource Center
Virtual Reference Library titles
NetLibrary titles
New England Journal of Medicine
HarpWeek

Ideally, of course, SUNYConnect institutions would have access to all of these resources and more -- Early English Books Online, additional general science resources, Project Muse titles and, if we were really flush with cash, PsycInfo. This is not currently the case, but SUNYConnect participants hope to keep expanding the resources available to the entire consortium. The emphasis of that expansion will continue to be on the teaching and research needs of the university.

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Cover Story

New E-Resources

Feature

OVRC

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Feature

SUNYConnected

More SUNY Borrowing

 

 

SUNYConnect Updates

 

How to Contact Us

Linkable Links