Thursday, January 27, 2011

TRIAL: all Alexander Street Press databases

We have a trial of all Alexander Street Press databases until 28th February 2011, and we invite your feedback through the Comments option below. When leaving feedback, you may use the anonymous option rather than having to create an account but please leave you name so we can follow up. Please specify which database(s) you are referring to!

To access these database please use the links below. Off-campus users will need to use Apps Anywhere, but should we purchase any of these databases we would arrange off-campus access through EZproxy as usual.

American History in Video
http://ahiv.alexanderstreet.com
Dance in Video
http://daiv.alexanderstreet.com
Opera in Video
http://opiv.alexanderstreet.com
Theatre in Video
http://liverpool.itiv.alexanderstreet.com
Ethnographic Video Online
http://anth.alexanderstreet.com
Education in Video
http://ediv.alexanderstreet.com
World History in Video
http://whiv.alexanderstreet.com

The Digital Karl Barth Library http://dkbl.alexanderstreet.com
The Digital Library of the Catholic Reformation
http://dlcr.alexanderstreet.com
The Digital Library of Classic Protestant Texts
http://tcpt.alexanderstreet.com

Alexander Street Literature
http://wlit.alexanderstreet.com
American Film Scripts
http://afso.alexanderstreet.com
Twentieth Century Advice Literature: North American Guides on Race, Gender, Sex, and the Family
http://adli.alexanderstreet.com
Underground and Independent Comics, Comix, and Graphic Novels
http://comx.alexanderstreet.com

Alexander Street Drama
http://asdr.alexanderstreet.com - comprising...

North American Theatre Online
http://atho.alexanderstreet.com
Twentieth Century North American Drama
http://nadr.alexanderstreet.com
Black Drama, Second Edition
http://bld2.alexanderstreet.com
Asian American Drama
http://aadr.alexanderstreet.com
North American Women's Drama
http://wodr.alexanderstreet.com
North American Indian Drama
http://indr.alexanderstreet.com
Latino Literature
http://lali.alexanderstreet.com

Audio Drama: The L.A. Theatre Works Collection
http://radr.alexanderstreet.com

Black Thought and Culture
http://bltc.alexanderstreet.com
The American Civil War Online
http://cwo2.alexanderstreet.com
Early Encounters in North America
http://eena.alexanderstreet.com
The Gilded Age
http://gild.alexanderstreet.com
North American Indian Thought and Culture
http://ibio.alexanderstreet.com
Social and Cultural History: Letters and Diaries Online
http://lado.alexanderstreet.com
Social Theory
http://soth.alexanderstreet.com
The Sixties: Primary Documents and Personal Narratives 1960 – 1974
http://sixt.alexanderstreet.com
Women and Social Movements Scholar's Edition
http://was2.alexanderstreet.com
Counseling and Psychotherapy Transcripts, Client Narratives, and Reference Works
http://psyc.alexanderstreet.com
Counseling and Therapy in Video
http://ctiv.alexanderstreet.com
The Romantic Era Redefined
http://romr.alexanderstreet.com

All Music Online collections
http://music.alexanderstreet.com. Music Online is the broadest and most comprehensive online music resource, the first in its kind to deliver audio, video, scores and text reference through one centralized interface, a milestone in digital music reference.

The complete Music Online suite cross-searches more than 263,000 tracks, 17,330 albums, 407 videos, 15,808 scores, and over 45,000 pages of text reference, from over 150 different record and video labels, print publishers and score publishers, such as EMI, Boosey & Hawkes, Opus Arte, Hyperion, Six Degrees Records, Smithsonian Folkways, Edition Peters, Merce Cunningham Dance Foundation, INEDIT, and others.

You can create centralized playlists with one single login, bringing in materials from Alexander Street databases or material anywhere on the Web. The robust indexing allows users to browse and search by genre, historical event, album, track, score, people, classical work, cultural group, ensemble, instrument, label, place, recording date, reference work, role, subject, time period, venue, and video.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

The World History section is interesting, also the Reformation stuff.
Prof. Marianne Elliott, Director Institute of Irish Studies

Anonymous said...

Alexander Street produces high-quality material, and makes good choices in their document selection. As we move increasingly to encouraging on-line research in personal narratives and the documentary record, and seeing this as a distinctive strength of the research-led teaching at Liverpool History (in part because the access to electronic databases through the Library is so good), the social and cultural history collections would be very useful.

Mark Peel, Head of History

Anonymous said...

This ia an amazing resource to so many areas of study. I highly recommend that the University make this permenantly available for staff and students. Paul