Library today: UST Libraries looking for 2007-08 St. Thomas faculty publications
From UST Libraries
Note to faculty
During this year's Library Week, April 14-18, UST Libraries plans to highlight all St. Thomas faculty who have had books, articles, software, CDs, DVDs, or any other media published during 2007-08.
If you have had something published during the past year, please send information on your publication or other work to Susan Price by Friday, March 28. If the library does not have a copy, Price will order one to include in the display.
The following research databases now are available via the UST Libraries Web page.
British Periodicals I
Are you looking for primary source viewpoints of the rebellion in Ireland in 1798? Would you like to read Elizabeth Gaskell's "North and South" the way it appeared as a serial in Household Words magazine? Try using UST Libraries' subscription to the British Periodicals digital archive to fulfill your research needs. It provides you with access to more than 125 periodicals published in Britain from the 17th century through the Victorian age. The database is fully keyword searchable and forms an unrivalled record of more than two centuries of British history and culture.
For those interested in finding information on the medieval and Renaissance periods (400-1700 A.D.), the ITER bibliography is a great place to begin research. The bibliography provides citations to articles, essays, books, dissertation abstracts, encyclopedia entries and reviews collected from more than 6,000 publications, including more than 1,600 journals.
Fuente Académica provides full text (including PDF) for a rapidly growing collection of scholarly Spanish-language journals. This multidisciplinary database offers full text content to many academic areas including business and economics, medical sciences, political science, law, computer science, library and information sciences, literature, linguistics, history, philosophy and theology.
Reader's Guide Retrospective
The Reader's Guide Retrospective is an electronic index to articles from more than 375 popular press magazines and journals dating from 1890 to 1982.