New Databases

New Databases within the last 90 days

  • ANR Directory of Community Newspapers This directory includes valuable information on over 10,000 newspapers in all 50 states.
  • Corpus of Contemporary American English The Corpus of Contemporary American English (COCA) is the largest freely-available corpus of English, and the only large and balanced corpus of American English. COCA is probably the most widely-used corpus of English, and it is related to many other corpora of English that we have created, which offer unparalleled insight into variation in English. The corpus contains more than 560 million words of text (20 million words each year 1990-2017) and it is equally divided among spoken, fiction, popular magazines, newspapers, and academic texts.
  • Houston Chronicle Digital Microfilm Digital microfilm version of the newspaper.
  • LearnTechLib Focusing learning and technology, LearnTechLib encompasses 30+ years and 135,000+ peer-reviewed full-text documents and abstracts of published international journal articles, conference papers from 265,000+ leading authors and additional multimedia-rich resources.
  • Maclean's Magazine Archive Maclean's Magazine Archive, 1905-2015, the leading Canadian news and general interest magazine, provides a unique perspective on both national and international affairs. Topics include investigative reporting, opinion and analysis on politics, economy and business, science and technology, society, arts and culture, education and work.
  • Manupatra Manupatra, a pioneer in online legal research in India since 2001, is India's premier legal information resource. It is the largest content aggregator of Indian and International material, linking primary information, secondary material and proprietary analytical content.
  • San Antonio Express-News Digital Microflim Digital microfilm version of the newspaper.
  • Women Writers Online The Women Writers Project is a long-term research project devoted to early modern women's writing and electronic text encoding. Our goal is to bring texts by pre-Victorian women writers out of the archive and make them accessible to a wide audience of teachers, students, scholars, and the general reader. We support research on women's writing, text encoding, and the role of electronic texts in teaching and scholarship.