Trial Databases @UofM Libraries
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The New York Times
Description: The University of Memphis is pleased to announce that as of Friday, September, 6, 2019 it will now be providing complimentary access to NYTimes.com, for all faculty, students, and staff at the university.
In addition to NYTimes.com access, The University of Memphis will also have access to curricular and co-curricular New York Times learning tools at NYTimesInEducation, which can be used to engage our campus community. This is a great resource for faculty to incorporate into their lesson plans. Faculty must register separately for NYTimesInEducation access.
Key features included in UofM NYTimes' digital subscription:
Online archives (dating back to 1851). (1923-1980 are limited access)
Interactive media (graphics, charts, maps, polls, custom content)
Video library (spanning all sections)
NYT app for mobile devices
Daily 360 content - two dimensional videos that provide 360° views (with mobile device or mouse)
NYT “Watching” - TV and movie recommendations (with personalization option)
Podcasts (including our popular "Daily" podcast, “Caliphate,” and “Dear Sugar,” among others)
Newsletters (there are a variety of topics that you may subscribe to)
Article history and Save options (across platforms)
Article comment permissions
Real-Time Market Data Information & Company Research Pages-provide real-time global snapshots of US and World Markets, Funds, Currencies, Bonds & Consumer Rates powered by Thomson Reuters.
Early English Books Online
Description: Early English Books Online (EEBO) is the definitive online collection of early printed works in English, and works printed in England, making digital copies of over 125,000 titles from before 1700 discoverable through an interface tailored for early modern scholars. No other resource for early modern scholarship is as comprehensive as Early English Books Online. Users can explore complete, digitized images of all the works listed in these key bibliographic records of English literature: The Short-Title Catalogue (Pollard & Redgrave, 1475-1640); The Short-Title Catalogue II (Wing, 1641-1700); The Thomson Tracts; and the Early English Books Tract Supplements, as well as original almanacs, pamphlets, musical scores, prayer books and other intriguing primary sources. To accompany the page images, the Text Creation Partnership has created accurate transcriptions of many thousands of the works, helping researchers of all levels to discover more from within the EEBO corpus.