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What's Happening at the Libraries

New Online Resources: Routledge, Elsevier, De Gruyter

by Amanda Raab on 2022-12-02T09:34:00-05:00 | Comments

OWU Libraries now offers access to the following databases: 

Routledge Handbooks from Taylor & Francis
Routledge Handbooks are up-to-date overviews of classic and current research across a broad spectrum of subjects, including the humanities, social sciences, science, and engineering from Routledge and CRC Press. Over 2,700 handbooks published through 2021 are available. On-campus access only. 

Elsevier Ebooks @ Science Direct
This e-book collection from Elsevier covers subjects including earth and planetary sciences, engineering and computing, life and biological sciences, medical sciences, physical sciences, and social sciences.

University Press eBooks @ De Gruyter
E-books from university presses at Columbia, Harvard, California, Stanford, Toronto, University of Pennsylvania, Rutgers and Penn State covering a variety of subjects, including sciences, humanities, business, technology, medicine, law, and more. Includes titles published up through 2013.

Find our complete list of databases and other online resources here

Need access to online resources off-campus? Find out how here.

Resources provided by OhioLINK and paid for with Governor’s Emergency Education Relief (GEER) funds, which are a part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act, federal economic aid authorized in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. OhioLINK's statewide collection development committee recommended these e-resources be purchased with the GEER funds to address the ongoing needs of faculty/instructors in teaching remote and hybrid courses to Ohio’s 2-year, undergraduate, and graduate-level students across a wide range of disciplines.

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