This collection of primary material from around the world includes the majority of the Arkansas Democrat Gazette from historical1868 until current news now. Major news sources from around the world are in this full-text collection as well as thousands of reviews about the arts.
Between our microfilm and digital collection, we have the entire run of The Arkansas Democrat Gazette. The digital collection starts at 1868 and ends at 1991. Then it picks up at 1994 and contains everything until today. The missing years we do have on microfilm. The microfilm collections consists of:
V.1 #1, November 20, 1819 to December 16, 1875
January 1, 1891 to December 1945
January 1, 1987 to December 31, 2011
The JSTOR archival collections contain the back issues of more than 1,500 scholarly journals across 50 disciplines that span 500 years. There are also thousands of reviews. Jstor uses a 5 year moving wall meaning that any article older than 5 years from today is full-text on JSTOR. Articles published within 5 years of today are only citation/abstract.
JSTOR also contains over 20,000 ebook titles in various disciplines from scholarly presses.
For amazing tutorials, try this link: https://guides.jstor.org/?b=g&d=a.
Comprises peer-reviewed journals and archived abstracts from V. 1, 1823 to the present for the College Collection Physical Sciences, College Collection Social and Behavioral Sciences, and the journal titles: Cell, Developmental Cell, and Molecular Cell. The title is misleading because it also has a huge collection of arts, social sciences, and humanities articles.
This is the librarian's number one choice for finding items in The Mabee-Simpson Library and around the world. Search for digital and physical resources including books, articles, journals, primary sources, and more. Use the Interlibrary Loan Function to locate sources to borrow from around the world.
New / Trial Databases
The following databases are newly acquired or being evaluated for a future subscription.
HeinOnline contains current information, full-text news about business, criminal justice, political science, legislation, case law, statutes, law reviews, company information and patents. It also includes reviews from the world's leading newspapers.
We have it as a free trial for the Spring semester of 2019.