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The databases below are newly acquired or have been made temporarily accessible for evaluation purposes (trial). To provide feedback about trial resources, please contact achoeve@unl.edu.
Guidelines for spelling, language, punctuation, usage, and style for journalism and other communication fields. (Full-Text).
Access is limited to 50 simultaneous users.
Specialized primary document collections supporting research in a variety of subject areas, including Russian/Soviet History, American Studies, Asian Studies, European History, Business and Economic History, International Relations, and Latin American Studies. (Full-Text)
Ebooks from a range of North American university press publishers. (Full-Text).
Trial ends April 30, 2022.
Gale's Digital Scholar Lab platform allows researchers to create, clean, parse and analyze large sets of archival text data from the Gale Primary Sources collections. The Text Analysis tools use open source text mining and natural language processing to measure and analyze the features or elements of the texts in a content set, including ngrams, parts of speech, sentiment analysis, and topic modeling.
Trial ends March 31, 2022.
Wide range of primary source collections on topics related to diversity concerns, including African American Studies, Native American Studies, Asian American Studies, Women’s and Gender Studies, LGBTQ/Sexuality Studies, and more. (Full-Text)
Trial ends March 31, 2022.
Data and mapping tool providing access to thousands of indicators related to demographics, income and spending, housing, education, health, and more, from a variety of U.S. data sources.
Original documents on the campaign for women's suffrage in Britain, 1903-1928, and the granting of women's suffrage in British colonial territories, 1930-1962; also includes a finding aid to women's studies resources in The National Archives, UK. Part of the Adam Matthew Archives Direct collection. (Full-Text)
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