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Academic Video Online (New!)

UTC Library now offers access to nearly 68,000 streaming videos from Academic Video Online (AVON)! This database can either be searched at the title level or by “channels” which bring together videos on the same subject. Access AVON Some highlights from the collection include: Moana Rua: The Rising of the Sea Watch Now Nonverbal Communication in a Global Marketplace Watch Now Ken Burns’ PBS series on Jazz Watch Now

University of Michigan Press eBooks

The UTC Library now has access to eBooks from University of Michigan Press! Supporting areas like performing arts, classical studies, political science, American studies, Asian studies, and African studies, University of Michigan Press eBooks are sure to assist you in your research endeavors. Users of this collection can read each book online at any time, download chapters or the entire book to save for later, and can even keyword

Bloomsbury eBooks

The UTC Library offers access to over 5,000 eBook titles from Bloomsbury Publishing. This collection of academic scholarship provides an in-depth look into topics related to anthropology, theology, classics, history, political science, education, and even film studies. The multidisciplinary nature of these works means that it is sure to be valuable to a wide variety of researchers. The full text of each book can be read on any device

Upcoming Training on Biomedical and Life Sciences Lab Research Methodology Resources from Springer Nature!

Springer Nature will be visiting UTC Library on Wednesday, September 18th to offer two training sessions in Library 321: 11:00 am (lunch provided) 3:00 pm (snacks and beverages provided) Both sessions will cover the same content – Springer Protocols, Nature Protocols, Nature Methods and the Springer Nature Experiments platform. Please RSVP using this survey Key Springer Nature Resources: Springer Protocols is a database of 50,000+ laboratory research set-up guidelines

2019 Duke University Press Ebooks

The next time you’re binge-watching The Office for the eighth time on Netflix and you get the pop-up that asks if you’re still watching, maybe take a break and learn what makes your TV shows so great with these titles from Duke University Press: Figures of Time: Affect and the Television of Preemption Breaking Bad and Cinematic Television Camp TV: Trans Gender Queer Sitcom History   So get to

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