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SAGE Research Methods and Faculty Training Opportunity

The UTC Library now has access to SAGE Research Methods, a comprehensive resource designed to help students and faculty with research methods, primarily focused on the social sciences Highlights include: “Little Blue Books” on qualitative research methods “Little Green Books” on quantitative research methods (Complete list of Little Blue and Green Books) Videos to help research methods come alive Case studies demonstrating how methods are applied in real research

LGBT Thought and Culture

The UTC Library now provides access to LGBT Thought and Culture from Alexander Street. This new database includes books, periodicals, and archival materials documenting the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community from the twentieth century through present. LGBT Thought and Culture could be useful to students and scholars of cultural studies, history, women’s and gender studies, political science, American studies, social theory, sociology, and literature. Here are a

New 2017 SpringerPalgrave ebooks!

The UTC library now provides access to over 7,000+ ebooks from Springer/Palgrave in 21 subject areas covering the humanities, sciences, and social sciences. Some interesting titles include: Influenza and Respiratory Care Sustainable Power Systems Motherhood in Antiquity Lady Gaga and the Sociology of Fame Catalonia in Spain Title list Complete ebook downloads are available in PDF or EPUB files Chapter downloads are available in PDF files Note: new 2017

60 Minutes Videos from 1997-2014!

UTC Library now provides access to over 350 hours of video from the venerable CBS News 60 Minutes newsmagazine via the ProQuest Central database. Video coverage includes biographical profiles, investigative reports, interviews with key newsmakers, and, of course, commentary by Andy Rooney. Here are some highlights: Andy Rooney commentary on bottled water Dr. Paul Farmer’s medical projects in developing countries Profile of John F. Kennedy, Jr. Access the 60

30,000+ Ebooks from Project MUSE!

The UTC Library now provides access to over 30,000 ebooks from Project MUSE! Published by United States and international University Presses and other scholarly organizations between 1905 and 2017, MUSE ebook titles are primarily focused on the humanities. Subject strengths include area and ethnic studies, history, and literature. The following publishers are an example of those represented on MUSE: Princeton University Press University of Texas Press Johns Hopkins University