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Trials are available for review purposes only. Please share your comments and suggestions about these databases by filling out our database evaluation form or contacting the Electronic Resources Unit directly. 
 
NOTE: Trials are only available on the University of Alabama campus.
Cabell's Health Directories none none Available information includes addresses, phones, e-mails and web sites for listed journals to assist as a point of reference when preparing to publish a manuscript. Links are also provided directing users to guidelines and submission information. The directories help you determine which journals typically publish manuscripts similar to yours our could be the best fit for your manuscript. The Directory also includes information on the style and format of most journals to help you in organizing and preparing your own manuscript, with links provided to guidelines for various journals as available.

Trial ends May 19, 2015

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Church Missionary Society (Module 1): Global Missions and Contemporary Encounters, 1804-2009 none none Sourced from the Crowther Mission Studies Library in Oxford, Church Missionary Society Periodicals digitises publications from the CMS and the South American Missionary Society from the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries. It includes the Church Missionary Gleaner, CMS Outlook, CMS Intelligencer, Ruanda Notes (MAM News) and the South American Missionary Magazine, encompassing issues from 1804-2009. All documents are full-text-searchable, and browsing can be refined by date, individual and location as well as separately indexed articles and visual material.
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Trial ends May 20, 2015

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SAGE Video none none Currently in Beta and scheduled to have a full collection of videos live in summer 2015, SAGE Video is a series of streaming video collections developed in partnership with leading academics, societies and practitioners to deliver pedagogical collections mapped to disciplinary curricular needs within the social sciences. It combines originally commissioned material with licensed videos in the areas of Education, Media & Communications and Counseling & Psychotherapy.

* Please note that this Beta version is not compatible with Internet Explorer 10.0

Trial ends May 29, 2015

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60 Minutes: 1997-2014 none none The 60 MINUTES: 1997–2014 collection from Alexander Street Press grants unprecedented access to the CBS News archives from this period, including many episodes not widely seen since their original broadcast. Each news segment within the collection serves as a standalone short documentary on a specific news topic. Also included are several hours of bonus segments from the popular CBS News program Sunday Morning.

Trial ends June 3, 2015

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Human Rights Studies Online none none Human Rights Studies Online is a research and learning database providing in one place comprehensive, comparative documentation, analysis, and interpretation of major human rights violations and atrocity crimes worldwide. The collection includes pages of text and video that give voice to the countless victims of human rights crimes in the 20th and early 21st centuries. It provides primary and secondary materials across multiple media formats and content types for each selected event, including Armenia, the Holocaust, Cambodia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Rwanda, Darfur, and many other subjects.

Trial ends June 3, 2015

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North American Indian Drama none none North American Indian Drama brings together full-text plays representing the stories and creative energies of American Indian and First Nation playwrights of the twentieth century, many of which are previously unpublished or hard to find. The collection begins in the early 1930s with The Cherokee Night and other works by R. Lynn Riggs, the first American Indian playwright to have his works produced. It progresses through the 20th century with plays produced by the Native American Theatre Ensemble (NATE) and other companies of the 1970s and 1980s, including Spiderwoman Theater, the longest continually running Native American or women’s theatre group in North America. The collection also includes contemporary plays produced by Toronto’s Native Earth Performing Arts, Seattle’s Red Eagle Soaring, New York’s Coatlicue Theater Company, and other groups.

Trial ends June 3, 2015

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