This guide is intended for discipline faculty at Tacoma Community College. In this guide you will find:
Psychology: Did you know that in addition to PsycARTICLES (aka APA PsycARTICLES) and Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection, ScienceDirect is an outstanding source for scholarly, peer-reviewed Psychology journals? Contact Sherry Cmiel, Psychology liaison Librarian, for more information.
We now subscribe to Business Insights: Global and Nexis Uni (formerly Lexis Nexis). These two databases will be particularly useful to students enrolled in our Applied Management BAS program.
NOTE: We will not have access to Nexis-Uni between 7/1/2020 and fall quarter 2020. We will renew our subscription in September.
We now have access to three databases that provide articles written at a reading level that will particularly support students in our AESL and EAP classes.
We now subscribe to Cochrane Library, which will be particularly useful to students enrolled in our new Community Health BAS program.
We now subscribe to Academic Search Complete and many more EBSCO databases. More details coming soon in an email near you...
We now subscribe to Oxford Art Online and also New York Times. For full access to New York Times and International New York Times content, set up an account. (Historical coverage: full access to New York Times articles published between 1851 through 1922, and between 1981 through current day. Access to the years 1923-1980 is limited.)
Want to learn about faculty professional development resources available at TCC? See our new online guide, linked below:
Films on Demand has been integrated into Canvas! You can embed a film or a segment of a film from Films on Demand right into your Canvas page by clicking on the "V" in the Canvas toolbar:
and selecting Films on Demand.
We now subscribe to Literary Reference Center, which provides information on thousands of authors and their works across literary disciplines and timeframes.
Due to substantial faculty interest, the Library has purchased a subscription to Films on Demand database. Please read the Films on Demand Quick Start Guide, attached below. Page 3 of the Quick Start Guide has the access information that you will need.
You will be able to show films (and/or segments) in your on-campus classes as well as include links to films (and/or segments) in Canvas.
Due to licensing agreement changes, Films on Demand may sometimes need to delete specific films from their holdings. Recognizing the needs of academic institutions, they are committed to only deleting films twice a year - in December and June. This means that once you are set up with the films you want for your classes, you will want to check your access to them twice a year.
Except where otherwise noted, the content in these guides by Tacoma Community College Library is licensed under CC BY SA 4.0.
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