New Subscriptions in 2011

The A. M. Al-Refai Library is pleased to announce the acquisition of new databases:

Wilson Humanities Full Text, Wilson Social Sciences Full Text, Springer ejournal Core Collection, Springer eBook Collection, JSTOR VII and VIII. With the addition of these databases, the Library’s ejournals collection has increased to 54,500 (including open access titles).

Humanities Full Text Subjects Covered

Archaeology, Area Studies, Art, Classical Studies, Communications, Dance, Film, Folklore, Gender Studies, History, Journalism, Linguistics, Literary & Social Criticism Literature, Music, Performing Arts, Philosophy, Religion and Theology

Humanities Full Text is a bibliographic database that cites articles from English-language periodicals, plus the full text of selected periodicals. Periodical coverage includes some of the best-known scholarly journals and numerous lesser-known but important specialized magazines. Full-text coverage begins in January 1995.

Social Sciences Full Text Subjects Covered

Addiction Studies, Anthropology, Area Studies, Community Health & Medical Care, Corrections, Criminal Justice, Criminology, Economics, Environmental Studies, Ethics, Family Studies, Gender Studies, Geography, Gerontology, International Relations, Law, Minority Studies, Planning & Public Administration, Policy Sciences, Political Science, Psychiatry, Psychology, Public Welfare, Social Work, Sociology, Urban Studies

Abstracting coverage begins with periodicals published in January 1994, they range from 50 to 300 words and describe the content and scope of the source articles. Full text coverage begins in January 1995.

Springer Ejournal Core Collection

The 2010 Springer Ejournal Core Collection includes around 1307 titles fitted into 11 subject collections, lecture notes, proceedings etc; it also provides online access to 14 years of back issues since 1996.

Springer eBooks Collection

The Springer ebooks 2010 consists of 12 subject collections.

JSTOR VII & VIII collections

The Library has also subscribed to JSTOR – Arts & Sciences VII-VIII Collection.