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Resources for Learning and Teaching Remotely

This guide lists a few of the electronic resources that are now available to students and faculty to help with distance learning and teaching for the Spring semester

JSTOR, Project Muse, and EBSCO Enhanced Journal access

A number of vendors have expanded our journal subscriptions, including new JSTOR collections, Project Muse expanded date range access to our current subscriptions, and upgraded EBSCOHost Ultimate Collection journals. All of this content will be temporarily integrated into OneSearch when possible, or you can search each platform directly using our usual links on the A-Z database list. To find the additional EBSCO and JSTOR content by title, please search CUNY's Journal Finder. This link does not include many of our subscriptions, but it does include most of the new content; please start with OneSearch and our local Journal Finder. You will need a library barcode to access journals directly from the CUNY site.

United States Documents Masterfile and Eight Centuries

ParaText is opening 2 databases for us to use during the COVID crisis. We do not know how long access will be extended for, but you can try these indexes out now!

United States Documents Masterfile provides a single search for indexes and records for nearly 250 years of U.S. Federal government information.

Eight Centuries is a database offering researchers primary source analysis in Humanities, Engineering, History of Science, Legal Studies, the Arts, and more.

Royal Society Journals

The Royal Society journals will no longer be available as of September 1st. Free access has ended. 

HeinOnline

HeinOnline Academic is now available to us until December 15th 2020!  It primarily includes content in history, law, and political science. Materials include periodicals, primary sources, and extensive historical and recent legal documents. Two Hein databases, Slavery in America and the World and Gun Regulation and Legislation in America are both permanently available to the college community and will still be accessible in 2021.