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Trial for Naxos Music Library

We are running a trial of Naxos Music Library until the end of March. Naxos Music Library is the largest collection of stream-able classical music online.  It allows you to search for music by genres including Classical, Contemporary Jazz, World/Folk, Adult Contemporary, Chinese Music, and Pop and Rock.  Whilst listening, you can read notes...
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Music Library trials available from Alexander St. Press

Classical Scores Library The Garland Encyclopedia of World Music Online Contemporary World Music Classical Music Reference Library Classical Music Library American Song African American Music Reference African American Song Smithsonian Global Sounds for Libraries These trials will be available until April 6th.
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Encyclopedia of Women & Islamic Cultures

The Encyclopedia of Women and Islamic Cultures is now available on the libraries website under Databases by Title. It will be valuable for faculty and students involved in study and research regarding the Islamic world. “The Encyclopedia of Women and Islamic Cultures (EWIC) is an interdisciplinary, trans- historical and global project. It brings together...
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CQ Almanac, 1945 to Present

Since it was first published in 1946, CQ Almanac has been the definitive annual reference for studying the U.S. Congress. The CQ Almanac Online Edition brings together over sixty years of authoritative congressional reporting in one resource. The site pairs all of the content from the print volumes with a number of electronic features...
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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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