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Marquis Who’s Who on the Web …and More

Loyola Libraries currently has access to several new databases from Marquis Who’s Who: Marquis Who’s Who on the Web Who’s Who in American History Who’s Who in American Art, and, Who’s Who in American Politics. Keep in mind, this collection is available for one user at a time.  When you see a login screen, try...
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Women and Social Movements

Loyola University Libraries recently obtained a wonderful new resource called Women in Social Movements that can be accessed from our Databases by Title list on the main library website. This resource offers teachers highly interactive “modules” around hundreds of different themes. Those themes, such as “Second Wave Feminism,” or “Catholic Feminism,” for example, are...
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Bibliography of Asian Studies (BAS)

Many faculty members who teach established Asian studies courses, as well as courses on special topics related to Asian studies, will find the Bibliography of Asian Studies resource a necessary addition to Loyola’s collection. From 1941 to 1991 the Bibliography of Asian Studies was widely recognized as the standard bibliographical tool in the field...
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Mental Measurements Yearbook & Tests in Print

Loyola Libraries now subscribe to the databases , Mental Measurements Yearbook and Tests in Print (we had them as trials last year). Both databases are produced by the Buros Institute at the University of Nebraska. MMY provides users with a comprehensive guide to over 2,000 contemporary testing instruments. TIP is a comprehensive bibliography to...
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Access Newspaper Archive

Loyola Libraries now has a current subscription to Access Newspaper Archive. Previously, the libraries utilized a free version of this database, but with the subscription we receive advanced searching capabilities, the inclusion of Illinois newspapers, and off-campus access.  This database is a great source for historical information; going back to 1759 in some publications....
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Mideast Wire.com

Loyola Libraries currently has access to a new and unique resource – Mideast Wire.com Created as a daily email newsletter of translated briefs consisting of key political, cultural, economic and opinion pieces appearing in the media within 22 Arab countries, Iran and the Arab Diaspora. With more than 500 Arabic and Persian news outlets...
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