Recent Electronic Additions to York Libraries Collections III

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International Directory of Company Histories (1988-2019) | Gale
This collection of 211 volumes provides company histories of influential organizations. These works are designed primarily for students, job seekers and executives, as well as historians and investors.

Business Plans Handbook | Gale
Sample business plans taken from the manufacturing, retail and service sectors, these plans are aimed at entrepreneurs and small businesses to serve as examples.

Web of Science Book Citation Index | Clarivate Analytics
Part of the Web of Science Core Collection, the Book Citation Index enables users to search across books, journals and conference proceedings within a single tool. This platform provides access to a vast citation network, allowing researchers to measure the impact of publications within specific disciplines.

Archives of Sexuality & Gender (Part Three) | Gale
York University Libraries recently acquired the third installment of this unique primary source collection. Part Three broadens the scope of previous iterations to the study of sex and sexuality. This collection offers access to documentation such as: erotic literature, organizational papers, government publications, newsletters, photographs, correspondence, and more.

Shakespeare’s Globe Archive (1997-2016) | Adam Matthew
With nearly 300 productions represented, this digitized primary source collection traces the reconstruction of the iconic 1599 Globe Theatre – from inception to completion. It offers unique insights into two decades of performances.

Bloomsbury Design Library  | Bloomsbury
Created for researchers, students and design practitioners, this online collection includes biographies of key figures as well as reference works relating to influential design schools, places and disciplines. The tool also features nearly 1,000 object images and a growing collection of design e-books by leading scholars.

Political Extremism & Radicalism in the 20th Century | Gale
Designed to help researchers explore and compare events and ideologies that have shaped extremist and radical groups in the 20th century, this collection contains oral histories, government records, campaign materials, and examples of propaganda.  

SAGE Video | Sage
Developed with leading academics and practitioners, this streaming platform showcases educational videos encompassing the social sciences (i.e. sociology, communications, politics and international relations). All videos in this collection include full transcripts and closed captioning.

Cambridge Histories Online | Cambridge University Press
Online versions of the renowned Cambridge Histories series, these e-books cover multiple subjects across the humanities and social sciences. Areas of particular strength include: politics, cultural history, philosophy, religious studies, music and the arts.

Oxford Handbooks Online | Oxford University Press 
Online versions of handbooks published by Oxford, these works provide access to articles written by top scholars in psychology, music and political science. The handbooks present emerging research, as well as in-depth subject overviews that discuss current scholarship on major topics.

Journal of Pidgin & Creole Languages – Backfiles (1986-)| John Benjamins
Presents descriptive and theoretical research relating to pidgin and creole languages.

Synthesis Digital Library | Morgan & Claypool
This product consists of over 30 subject series in many areas of engineering, primarily related to electrical engineering, computer science, and bio-engineering. Each series consists of 50-250 page introductory reviews (called “lectures”) on advanced topics. 

GeoScienceWorld e-books (2018 – 2019) | GSW
Created for researchers in the earth sciences, this online portal is built on a core collections of 46 geoscience journals. It also connects users to books by preeminent publishers, as well as maps, conference papers, theses and Web content.

International Encyclopedia of Anthropology | Wiley
Edited by Hilary Callan, former director of the Royal Anthropological Institute, this online reference resource offers an expert overview of concepts, research and techniques that define anthropology. The encyclopedia features over 1,000 entries by 800 international scholars and is suitable for both a specialist and general audience.