“Is your research cutting edge?
SciTech Premium Leads discovery of grey literature.
Reports, working papers, conference papers and proceedings, trade publications, and these are useful for uncovering research that is so new that it has not yet passed the peer review process.
The SciTech Premium Collection supports a wide range of search strategies for all types of users, from early and general researchers to domain-specific search experts. Named as Best Interface in the 2015 Charleston Advisor Reader’s Choice Awards.
The 6 collections are all standalone databases. However, we also have two new platforms from Gale that have the ability to simultaneously cross-search the different collections: Gale NewsVault and Gale Primary Sources.
A collection of 300 U.S. newspapers, 1.7 million pages of primary source newspapers
5.4 Million Pages across four parts:
Part1: Debates over Slavery & Abolition,
Part2: Slave Trade in the Atlantic World,
Part3: Institution of Slavery,
Part4: Age of Emancipation
Covering more than 400 years & more than 65,000 volumes in North, Central, and South America and the West Indies
Covers 225 years of History. Best-known and most cited newspaper in the world.
A collection of 500 U.S. newspapers, 1.7 million pages of primary source newspapers
Every significant English-Language and foreign-language title printed in the United Kingdom between the years 1701-1800
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By simplifying the interface, this database has been made accessible and unintimidating to less experienced researchers who value the confidence of searching within a database tailored to their area of study.
Research innovative electronics and technology with access to full-text documents
Includes the renowned Aerospace Database
Did you know that Stephen Colbert was a Congressional Hearings Witness? Check out his and others in our new full-text collection
We have purchased ALL Congressional Hearings from 1824 to present. Previously we only had print from 1970's to current for only science and engineering subjects.