Jan 09, 2019
The University Libraries has 259 electronic textbooks available for your unlimited and free use for many Spring 2019 courses! View our master list of Course Adopted Texts using the link below to see if your textbooks are available through the library.
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Oct 24, 2018
Credo Reference is a one-stop research platform that combines authoritative reference content with first-class and
highly intuitive search capabilities. Resources include encyclopedias, dictionaries, atlases, images, audio files and
videos in numerous subject areas.
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Oct 24, 2018
Explore all sides of an issue with Gale’s Opposing Viewpoints in Context. Hot-button social issues including immigration, gun control, animal rights, reproductive rights and hate crimes are among almost 500 topics covered in-depth. All of this content is very useful for speech and debate, and includes pro-con viewpoints, reference articles, maps, infographics and other resources in an easy-to-navigate mobile-friendly design.
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Aug 30, 2018
Flipster is free magazine access on your smartphone, tablet or home computer. Access over a dozen popular – and, let’s be honest, expensive - magazine titles like The New Yorker, Forbes and Fortune. Magazines you can read anytime, anywhere, at home, while waiting for friends at a restaurant, at the airport, or in line with a hundred people at the DMV.
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Aug 20, 2018
Do you like to study late at night or early in the morning? During the fall and spring semesters, Jackson Library remains continuously open for UNCG students, faculty, and staff from 12:00 noon on Sunday to 7:00 p.m. on Friday.
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Aug 20, 2018
The Primary Sources Collection from ProQuest connects you to thousands of primary source documents, including archival collections, government documents, periodicals, newspapers and video. These materials can be accessed anytime, anywhere, by any UNCG faculty member, student or staff member. The databases with the most use will be selected at the end of the academic year as permanent editions in our library's collection, so this is your chance to shape our collection to fit your needs!
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May 31, 2018
The Libraries' have access to over 600,000 e-books searchable through the "Red Box" on the Libraries' home page. E-books may be used 24/7 from anywhere and are almost always available! Some provide downloading of sections or chapters and all allow printing. They don't require a reader but rather may be used via your phone, laptop, or desktop.
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Feb 28, 2018
Now you can watch top-rated films from the Sundance and Tribeca film festivals, in the classroom or the dorm room, for free! Film Platform’s collection of films features the newest award-winning documentaries and current film festival favorites. Over 90 percent of Film Platform’s streaming collection is not available anywhere else! Browse by subject or by film festival.
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Feb 21, 2018
Naxos Music Library is the essential online music streaming resource for music students and professors. Over 130,000 CD-length classical, Broadway and jazz recordings are instantly available, with new music added each month. Naxos encompasses complete catalogs and selected recordings of leading music labels. Also included are composer biographies, as well as a pronunciation guide, glossary, and a guide to musical terms.
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Feb 21, 2018
Docuseek2 is the premier academic film streaming source for documentary films created by innovative and award-winning filmmakers from around the world – films that you can access instantly. With current film titles from leading educational film distributors, Docuseek2 focuses on topics that you will find engaging and useful - both inside and outside the classroom. Major topic areas include environmental science, political science, nursing, economics and psychology.
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Feb 19, 2018
Classic and recent blockbuster films from the 20th Century Fox collection are now available to UNCG faculty, students and staff for free. You can choose from a collection of nearly 600 films from the collection with Feature Films for Education. The extensive collection includes recent releases like Hidden Figures, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, 12 Years a Slave, and The Revenant, as well as classic films featuring Clark Gable, John Wayne, Rock Hudson, Gregory Peck, and Ava Gardner.
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Feb 15, 2018
Do you like independent films, world cinema and documentaries? Then you should check out Kanopy Streaming Videos! Kanopy can be searched by subject or by special collections, like World Cinema, Oscar Winners, Art House Favorites, or PBS Essentials. UNCG students, faculty and staff can view Kanopy’s film collection on laptop or PC computers anytime, anywhere, on or off-campus. You can also create an account and watch movies on your TV – access choices include Roku, iOS, android, Apple TV, Airplay and Chromecast.
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Jan 03, 2018
Through a cooperative agreement with other libraries, UNCG students, faculty, and staff can borrow items from other UNC-system and Triad-area academic libraries. Your UNCG library account needs to be in good standing (no overdues, pending fines, etc.), and you will need to bring your UNCG ID card and your 9-digit UNCG ID Number when you visit. After you register at the library you will be able to borrow items based upon their local policies, at no cost to you!
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