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E-Resources Updates

Announcements about recent platform changes and other database updates.

July 2020

Fold3 (ProQuest) is now available via remote access to UW-Madison users (previously only accessible from within the Wisconsin Historical Society Library)

LGBT Life with Full Text (EBSCO) database has changed its name to LGBTQ+ Source.

Drama Online is moving to a new platform in early July. URL redirects will be implemented for all content and DOI pages. Personal accounts will be migrated to the new platform, however the vendor notes that bookmarks, stored searches and search histories will not migrate. Additional information on the migration is available here.

June 2020

Many Alexander Street Press historical collections have moved to their new platform. The new site supports searching across collections.

April 2020

Special Access to Online Resources in Response to COVID-19 – Many publishers and content providers have temporarily unlocked some of their resources to support remote research, teaching, and learning during this period of disruption.

March 2020

ACSESS-DL (Alliance of Crop, Soil, and Environmental Science Societies Digital Library) is moving to a new platform hosted by Wiley.

Birds of North America (Cornell Lab of Ornithology) has migrated to the new, expanded database called Birds of the World.

February 2020

New modules have been added to the following databases:

January 2020

Access to Docuseek2 is moving from docuseek.com platform to Alexander Street Press.

Simmons Oneview database changed its name to Simmons Insights as of 1/2020.

China Academic Journals migrated to a new platform as of 1/1/2020.