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New Archival E-Journals from SAGE!

The UTC Library now has access to 120 additional SAGE archival e-journals to include decades of previous research in a variety of disciplines. SAGE is the 5th largest journal publisher in the United States and access to this historical full-text helps our students and faculty from disciplines like business, education, psychology, and health and human performance stay well-informed and understand the growth of research in their respective fields. For

Business Source Premier Now Available!

Thanks to the UTC Library’s new subscription to EBSCO Business Source Premier, our students and faculty now have access to additional e-resources for business as well as business aspects of nursing, engineering, and psychology. Business Source Premier is a robust source featuring full-text access to over 1,100 journals and magazines, over half of which are peer-reviewed. Perhaps the most popular titles available are complete access to the Academy of

New Statistics Portal Providing Access to Quantitative Data

The UTC Library is happy to announce a new subscription to Statista, one of the leading providers of quantitative data and statistics on the internet. Statista offers insights on the digital market as well as trends and developments in consumer goods for over 170 industries located in over 50 countries. This robust database is perfect for business and finance researchers wanting to stay current with rapidly changing markets. The

Financial Times Historic Archive

In the business world, it’s important to stay on top of the latest trends and financial forecasts. But what about the business world of the past? The UTC Library provides access to the historical archive of the Financial Times, one of the world’s premier newspapers for the global business community. Stretching all the way back to 1888, the archive serves as a valuable primary source for those conducting business

ebooks on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Each January, our country celebrates the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. He was a pioneer in nonviolent activism and protest against racial discrimination. His work continues to influence our society and inspire those committed to stamp out injustice. The UTC Library has selected the following e-books from Project MUSE to showcase the work of Dr. King and others in the civil rights movement and the effect this

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