New Databases

Starting July 1st, three new EBSCO database are available to Binghamton University students, faculty and staff:   Education Source, Humanities Source, Applied Science & Technology Source.

Education Source replaces Education FullText and Education Research
Complete.  Coverage includes full text for more than 1,700 journals,
550 books and monographs, education-related conference papers,
citations for over 4 million articles including book reviews and over
100,000 controlled and cross-referenced names of educational tests.
Coverage in Education Source spans all levels of education from early
childhood to higher education and also includes educational
specialties such as multilingual education, health education and
testing. Subject matter includes Adult Education, Continuing
Education, Distance Learning, Government Funding, Multicultural/Ethic
Education, Social Issues, Student Counseling, Vocational Education as
well as many others.

Humanities Source replaces Humanities FullText and Humanities
International Complete.  Coverage include full text for more than
1,450 journals.  Humanities Source provides coverage of feature
articles, interviews, bibliographies, obituaries, and original works
of fiction, drama, poetry and book reviews, as well as reviews of
ballets, dance programs, motion pictures, musicals, radio and
television programs, plays, operas and more.

Applied Science & Technology Source replaces  Applied Science &
Technology FullText and  Computers & Applied Sciences Complete.
Includes full text for 1,400 journals. Content is from leading trade
and industrial journals, professional and technical society journals,
specialized subject periodicals, buyers’ guides, directories,
conference proceedings and more, Applied Science & Technology Source
focuses on traditional engineering challenges & research, as well as
research concerning the business and social implications of new
technology.  This database provides comprehensive coverage for a wide
variety of applied science specialties—from acoustics to aeronautics,
and neural networks to nuclear engineering.

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