Tell Us What You Think about these Trial Resources
Note: Trials have ended – this page stores historical data
Trial resources await your review. Explore the backfiles of popular magazines like Ebony and The Atlantic. Take a deep dive into religious studies, or art and design monographs, explore the history of African American thought, or the history of the LGBTQ rights movement. Take a tour of these databases, from a collection of propaganda films to an archive of public health research, and tell us what you think.
In addition to the vast online resources and services already available to you, the Library is offering a host of trial databases and collections that have the potential to push your research into new and exciting terrain.
Give theses resources a try, and tell us how you will use them
As new resources are developed and marketed, we receive or initiate temporary access to them. Our list of trial or temporarily accessible resources has increased during the COVID-19 emergency. We need you to give them a test drive.
Which of these are useful for your teaching? How do they advance your research? Tell us how these products support your academic projects, on this Library Resource Trial Survey so we can make sure the Library continues to support the academic mission of UC Davis.
Note: The resources listed are only accessible for a limited time, on a trial basis. Many of them were activated in response to COVID-19. The UC Davis Library’s provision of temporary access or trial access to these resources does not guarantee that the UC Davis Library can provide future access.
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