New Archival Journals Available via JSTOR!

jstor-logoUTC Library has recently gained access to nearly 1,000 additional journal archives through JSTOR, one of the world’s leading digital repositories for journals.JSTOR’s holdings are wide-ranging and cover an abundance of topics in the arts, humanities and social sciences. While the newest issue of a journal in JSTOR may not be the most recent (most titles have content availability delays of 1-6 years), some of its holdings go all the way back to the 1800s!

JSTOR allows users to filter their search results by subject area, provides an option to download any article, and can create a bibliographic citation, making research that much easier.

Here is a list of journals recently added to UTC’s JSTOR collection.

Interesting titles:

Exciting New ProQuest Content Additions and Database Changes!

UTC Library now has significantly enhanced full text and subject-specific indexes from ProQuest!


Highlights include:

  • Philosopher’s Index and PsycINFO/PsycARTICLES
    are now on ProQuest (no longer via EBSCO)
  • A large, multi-subject database called ProQuest Central which is an ideal place to begin research
    • Current full text for hundreds of important newspapers such as Boston Globe, Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times as well as Gannett-owned newspapers from across the country (Arizona Republic, Des Moines Register, Greenville News, etc.)
    • Over 250 full text journals from Cambridge University Press with a 1 year delay
    • Over 300 full text journals from Emerald Group Publishing with a 1 year delay
  • Dissertations & Theses is now in full text
  • Full text historical access to The New York Times from 1851-3 years ago
  • Statistical Abstracts of the United States and World

Here is a detailed breakdown of the new resources from ProQuest:


ProQuest Central

Large multisubject database covering all major disciplines, including Business, Health and Medical, Social Sciences, Education, Science and Technology, and Humanities. Includes fulltext newspapers


Art, Design & Architure Collection

Current and comprehensive indexing for fine art, art history, architecture, design and applied arts



Avery Index to Architectural Periodicals

Comprehensive architecture and design index



Dissertations & Theses Global Full Text

Millions of searchable citations to dissertations and theses from 1861 to the present day together with over a million full-text dissertations



New York Times Historical Archive

Full text to the New York Times from 1851-3 years ago. Also includes digitized NYT Index from 1851-1993, advertisements, and photos



Philosopher’s Index

Comprehensive coverage on philosophy including epistemplogy, ethics, logic, and philosophy of various subjects. **Now via ProQuest instead of EBSCO**




Index of psychological literature and full text journals from the American Psychological Association. **Now via ProQuest instead of EBSCO**



SciTech Premium Collection

Indexes and some full text in the areas of agriculture, biological, environmental, earth, atmospheric & aquatic sciences, advanced technologies & aerospace, materials science & engineering



Social Science Premium Collection

Social Sciences journal indexes and full text covering subject areas including Politics, Sociology, Education, Linguistics, and Criminal Justice



Statistical Abstract of the US

Comprehensive summary of statistics on the social, political, and economic organization of the United States



Statistical Abstracts of the World

Collection of the statistical abstracts from over 65 countries


Happy Holidays from Special Collections!

The Special Collections team would like to wish everyone a safe and happy holiday break, and invites you to prepare for the winter season by browsing through pictures of campus snowfalls from years past. As always, these and other countless other images can be found by browsing  past editions of the Moccasin yearbook and issues of the University Echo newspaper from our Digital Collections page. Looking for something specific? These collections are also full-text searchable, so enter a keyword or two in the search bar for speedy retrieval of relevant items!

Study hard for those last few finals, stay warm, and we’ll see you next year!



Springer Briefs

UTC Library provides electronic access to Springer Briefs, a collection of over 2,200 unique pieces of research covering a variety of subject areas. These titles will be especially useful for researchers in engineering, business, and the sciences. Each piece of research falls between 50 to 125 pages, allowing authors to present a more in-depth treatment of their research than would be possible in a journal article.

Included in this collection are titles like “Evaluating and Promoting Positive School Attitude in Adolescents,” which discusses ways to create a positive school attitude and sense of well-being in a learning environment.

“Activating the Tools of Social Media for Innovative Collaboration in the Enterprise” looks at ways that social media can improve employee satisfaction and achieve specific outcomes for businesses.

Finally, a look at “How Likely is Extraterrestrial Life?” allows users to see how current scientific knowledge can help us decide whether or not life exists on other planets!

All of the Springer Briefs are available through Springer Link or via the library catalog, WorldCat Discovery.

See our full title list

Interesting titles:

Evaluating and Promoting Positive School Attitude in Adolescents

by Mandy Stern
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Activating the Tools of Social Media for Innovative Collaboration in the Enterprise

by Ann Majchrzak, Elizabeth Fife, Qingfei Min, Francis Pereira
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How Likely is Extraterrestrial Life?

by J. Woods Halley
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Treatment versus Punishment for Drug Addiction

by Richard Soyer and Stefan Schumann
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Psychological Health Effects of Musical Experiences

by Tores Theorell
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eResources for Native American Heritage Month

Since 1990, the U.S. government has designated November as Native American Heritage Month. This has allowed federal, state, and local government agencies as well as other cultural institutions throughout our nation to educate and share in the rich historical and cultural traditions of peoples native to our land.

Here at the UTC Library, we would like to pass along to our patrons many of the resources we have available that showcase the cultures, traditions, histories, and contributions of Native people.

UTC Library subscribes to American Indian Quarterly via Project MUSE

AIQ cover
AIQ is an interdisciplinary journal that covers Native American anthropology, art, history, literature, and religion.

American Indian Quarterly

Recent articles include “Acting Out Assimilation: Playing Indian and Becoming American in the Federal Indian Boarding Schools,” which looks at the role of public performances in assimilating Native Americans into United States culture in late 19th century.

Acting Out Assimilation: Playing Indian and Becoming American in the Federal Indian Boarding Schools

In addition, the article “‘Between Two Fires’: Elusive Justice on the Cherokee-Tennessee Frontier, 1796-1814” looks at the tension between native chiefs and frontier settlers in our own backyard.

‘Between Two Fires’: Elusive Justice on the Cherokee-Tennessee Frontier, 1796-1814

UTC Library also has resources regarding contemporary Native American issues.

Diaspora Indigenous and Minority Education cover
The journal Diaspora, Indigenous and Minority Education available from Taylor & Francis often explores issues facing Native American students and the initiatives taken in support of these students in the field of education.
Diaspora, Indigenous and Minority Education

The article “Incorporating the Culture of American Indian/Alaska Native Students into the Classroom” discusses ways of infusing the cultures of American Indian and Native Alaskan people into a curriculum.

Incorporating the Culture of American Indian/Alaska Native Students into the Classroom

For those interested in health issues concerning Native Americans, the book Native American Communities on Health and Disability creates a dialogue between modern Western and Indigenous concepts of disability and wellness.

Native American Communities on Health and Disability

We hope that you find these resources for Native American Heritage Month enlightening and engaging!