This resource is a full-text database of more than 200 titles from over 150 publishers in the biological, ecological, and environmental sciences. The collection offers comprehensive coverage of fields such as zoology, plant sciences, ornithology, and entomology, with new content added daily.
This database provides unlimited access to over 1,000 full-length filmed theatrical stage productions, including films of plays on Broadway through its partnership with BroadwayHD. In addition, it also includes documentaries, master classes, lectures, study guides, and workshop guides about theatrical practice.
Drama Online provides the texts of over 2,950 plays in English or English translation, representing many of the most well-known works of theatre by the world's leading dramatists, from the early Greeks to the present.
The playtexts are respected editions from major publishers in the field of drama: The Arden Shakespeare. Faber and Faber, Methuen Drama, Nick Hern Books, and TCG Books. All the contents of the original printed books are included
This database provides encyclopedia entries and maps in the preeminent reference source for Islamic studies, offering dynamic access to the Encyclopedia of Islam THREE, as well as the electronic version of the second edition of the encyclopedia and an atlas.
This online course enables professional engineers and technical professionals whose first language is not English to improve their language skills in a way that fits the needs and priorities of working adults in the engineering fields.
Proyecto de Opinion Publica de America Latina
The Latin American Public Opinion Project produces surveys for the analysis of public perceptions on the role of government, political tolerance, citizen participation and corruption, among other issues in Latin America. It covers 34 nations including all of North, Central, and South America, as well as a significant number of countries in the Caribbean.
From living through a pandemic to coping with ongoing racial violence to increased feelings of isolation and disconnection, students are inheriting a world with unprecedented social, economic, and cultural challenges. Created in collaboration with the Cameron K. Gallagher Foundation, this resource is a curated collection of eBooks focuses on a wide range of issues impacting our global community.
Student Activism is an open access database of approximately 75,000 pages of primary source documents that capture the protest, advocacy, and political demonstration activities of American college students in the 20th and 21st centuries, ranging from the most conservative to the most radical.