Announcements about platform changes and other database updates.
China Academic Journals migrated to a new platform as of 1/1/2020.
Early English Books Online (EEBO) migrated to a new platform at the end of 2019. EEBO is now accessible on the ProQuest platform.
Online access unavailable: Access is temporarily suspended to J. Willard Hurst Collection while the Law Library migrates it to a new platform. It is still available for physical consultation in the Law Library.
Platform name change: Gale has now grouped 2 separate collections, “19th Century British Library Newspapers Collection and the “17th and 18th Century Burney Collection Newspapers” under a unified platform called British Library Newspapers.
Platform Changes: Access to these databases will move to the Ebsco platform later this summer:
The Libraries have released Articles Beta – a preview of the interface that will replace Articles Search in summer 2019. Articles Beta and Articles Search facilitate searching across hundreds of millions of records for journal articles, e-journals, news articles, conference proceedings, technical reports, and much more.
The contents of ATLA Catholic Periodical & Literature Index was merged into ATLA Religion Database with ATLA Serials.
PILOTS database was renamed PTSDpubs. This bibliographic database provides access to worldwide literature on PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) and other psychological effects of trauma.
govinfo provides access to free, public access to official publications from all three branches of the U.S. federal government, the same content formerly available through FDsys. The FDsys interface will be retired in December 2018.
L’Année Philologique is now available through the Brepols platform.
Searching Alternative Press Index has expanded to incorporate content from Alternative Press Index Archive.
LexisNexis Academic is being replaced with a new platform called Nexis Uni. Simultaneous access to both platforms has been extended in 2018, with a precise end date for LexisNexis Academic access still pending.
PsycCRITIQUES – The American Psychological Association ceased publication of PsycCRITIQUES in Fall 2017, ending access via Ebsco. As of January 2018, all contents is now available in open access from the University of Akron.
BMJ Clinical Evidence – The vendor indicates that this database is being phased out in “early 2018” (no precise date given), and much of the content is moving to BMJ Best Practice.
International Newsstand (ProQuest) – As of 12/15/17, the International Newsstand collection from will be replaced with two new collections from ProQuest:
Technology Collection (ProQuest) – As of 11/1/2017, content from Biotechnology and Bioengineering Abstracts (BBA) and Technology Research Database Collection was merged into the new Technology Collection (ProQuest)