The UConn Library recently acquired permanent online access to 7 million scholarly journal articles, 3600 books, and 50 million pages of primary sources in all subjects. Unlimited access and downloads are permitted. Everything is available to all UConn, including Health and Law.
Purchase of these four JSTOR Arts & Sciences collections gives UConn a vastly expanded corpus of hundreds of new scholarly ejournals in diverse subjects, mostly starting with volume one and missing only the most recent issues. We gain access on JSTOR to these issues 2-6 years after publication. See JSTOR for title lists.
Purchase gives us the full text of 20 physics and related science ejournals from volume 1 to present, 1929-1998. The Archive includes 403,000 articles. See AIP for the title list.
164,000 pages of biographical and critical essays on the lives, works, and careers of the world’s most influential authors, filmmakers, and other creatives. Includes the Dictionary of Literary Biography (vols. 1-348), DLB Documentary Series (50 vols.), and DLB Yearbook (23 vols.).
Over one hundred monographs, handbooks, and research reviews in the field of economics.
Harvard University Press Ebooks 2000-2015
More than 800 titles published by Harvard University Press across all subjects. Includes hundreds of titles and course-adopted texts not otherwise available online.
The English edition of the authoritative Der Neue Pauly, a key resource for classical studies.
285 classical studies monographs published by Oxford University Press.
Springer Computer Science 2015 & 2016
All Springer computer science ebooks published in 2015 and 2016, including hundreds of monographs, proceedings, and other titles, including Lecture Notes in Computer Science. We now have continuous access to Lecture Notes in Computer Science from 2005 to present.
Cross-searchable full-text facsimile editions of the Atlanta Daily World (1931-2003), Baltimore Afro-American (1893-1988), Cleveland Call & Post (1934-1991), Chicago Defender (1910-1975), Los Angeles Sentinel (1934-2005), New York Amsterdam News (1922-1993), Norfolk Journal & Guide (1921-2003), Philadelphia Tribune (1912-2001), and Pittsburgh Courier (1911-2002).
Cross-searchable full-text facsimile editions of 40 newspapers and magazines from North American indigenous communities, digitized in collaboration with tribal councils.
Complete, fully searchable, full color facsimile edition of The Atlantic from its first issue in 1857 through 2014.
Complete, fully searchable, full color facsimile edition of The Economist. Containing every issue since its launch in 1843.
Complete, fully searchable, full color facsimile edition of Fortune from its first issue in 1930 through 2000.
Complete, fully searchable, full color facsimile edition of the FT (London edition) from its first issue in 1888 through 2016
Complete, fully searchable, full color facsimile edition of the Independent (London edition) from its first issue in 1986 through 2012.
Complete, fully searchable, full color facsimile edition of Life from its first issue in 1936 through 2000.
Complete, fully searchable, facsimile edition of this New York City newspaper from its first issue in 1841 through 1962.
Complete, fully searchable, full color facsimile edition of the Sunday Times from its first issue in 1822 through 2016.
Complete, fully searchable, full color facsimile edition of the Telegraph (both daily and Sunday editions) from its first issue through 2016.
Parts 1 and 2 of the ACLU’s digitized archives, including newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, court files, memorandums, telegrams, minutes, and legal case records.
Contains the full text of more than 17,500 works of prose fiction written by Americans from the Revolution through World War I.
Expanding on the LGBTQIA-focused Parts 1 and 2, which were previously purchased by UConn, Part 3 hosts over 1 million pages of classic books and primary sources documenting sex and sexuality from the sixteenth through twentieth centuries.
1.2 million pages of primary sources documenting the global shift to modernity. UConn had previously purchased Part 1: The Goldsmiths’-Kress Collection (1450-1850).
Full text of the working case files of the NAACP legal department. Containing over 600 cases from 34 states and the District of Columbia, these files document the NAACP’s campaign to bring about desegregation throughout the United States. Purchase courtesy of UConn Law.
5 million cross-searchable pages sourced globally from books, pamphlets, newspapers, periodicals, legal documents, court records, monographs, manuscripts, and maps.
3 million pages of facsimile images of state papers that document early modern British and European history.
Current directory of 5750 repositories and 206,000 collections of primary source materials housed across the United States and the United Kingdom.
1.8 million records on publications in agriculture, veterinary sciences, nutrition, the environment, and applied life sciences. Cross-searchable with UConn Library’s subscription access to CAB Abstracts 1972-present, also through the EBSCO vendor platform.
Permanent access to Alexander Street Press multimedia collections Black Drama, BroadwayHD, Contemporary World Drama, Drama Texts (including Asian American Drama), Performance Design Archive, Royal Shakespeare Company, Twentieth Century Drama, Theatre in Context, and Theatre in Performance (including Theatre in Video Parts I and II). Within these collections are 13,500 full-text plays, 150,000 pages of other materials, 300 audio plays from L.A. Theatre Works, and 750 hours of filmed stage performances and documentaries.