Access World News Research Collection provides full-text access to The Oregonian. Supports all academic disciplines. Provides unique primary sources not found in other resources. Provides extensive coverage at local, regional, national and international levels. Offers complete electronic editions of thousands of authoritative U.S. and global news sources. Includes thousands of broadcast transcripts, newswires, video clips, and news blogs. Gives over 219 million current and archived articles— growing daily. Features a customizable, map-based interface and powerful search capabilities. Enables students to examine subjects geographically and over time, analyze trends and statistics, and compare perspectives.
This OSU Trial runs through 4/29/2011.
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FashionSnoops is a leading provider of global online forecasting information and a world renowned fashion and lifestyle trend consulting firm. FashionSnoops provides ongoing reports in market research of brands and markets, ongoing retail strategy reports, trend forecasting reports starting 24 months ahead of season, continuous and full coverage of the runway, retail, tradeshow, street and art scenes, daily news & blogs, product development supporting tools, plus an online application that allows creation of various digital presentations.
Infrastructure maintenance is scheduled to be performed on March 19, 2011 that will limit the availability of all CSA Illumina (Proquest) databases during a twelve (12) hour maintenance window. The window will take place from Saturday, March 19, 2011, at 7:00 PM PST to Sunday, March 20, 2011 at 7:00 PM PST.
Due to necessary system maintenance, Ebook Library titles will be unavailable for 10-30 minutes during the following scheduled time:
Tuesday March 22nd, 2011 – 10:00 PM – 11:00 PM
ScienceDirect will be temporarily unavailable Sunday March 13th (12:00 AM – 2:00 AM PST) for a scheduled maintenance outage.
Dissertation Abstracts (a ProQuest database) is no longer available at Oregon State University. For many years OSU Libraries were able to provide access to this database through a provider that charged a set price on a per search basis. That access is no longer being offered. Subscribing to Dissertation Abstracts through ProQuest is not possible due to the increased price. However, we have developed a guide in order to direct the OSU community to other useful resources for finding theses and dissertations.
Click here to view the guide for finding theses and dissertations:
Please contact your subject librarian if you have questions about finding dissertations and theses in your field.