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The following databases are newly acquired or being evaluated for a future subscription.
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Curio includes film, television, and radio documentaries, news reporting, and archival materials from the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC).
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The Federated Research Data Repository (FRDR) includes research data from Canadian universities as well as various governments (federal, some provinces including BC, and some municipalities).
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Gold Rush compares title lists for publishers, aggregators, and abstract & index collections to support collection development decisions.
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LinkedIn Learning offers more than 5,000 courses related to business, technology and creative endeavours as well as pre-defined learning paths. The work-at-your-own-pace design allows users to select courses that interest them and build skills that fit with their career development and educational goals. Access to LinkedIn Learning is possible thanks to the fabulous partnership between CUPE 3799 and the University.
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The Maclean's Magazine Archive includes fully indexed cover-to-cover access, including advertisements, editorials, covers, and all articles, from the first issue published in 1905 through to 2014.
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The Merck Index is a world-renowned reference source for chemical, pharmaceutical, and biomedical information that contains more than 10,000 monographs, 28 supplemental tables, and 450 organic name reactions.
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Paper of Record is a collection of historical newspapers from around the world. Note that each newspaper must be searched individually.
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Taylor and Francis ebooks cover many topics including humanities, social sciences, behavioural sciences, science, technology, and mathematics.
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