The following information contains updates to the University Libraries collections and electronic resources for the first quarter of 2019. We are providing this information to update you about resources you are gaining or losing access to in the collection. We plan to publish collections and electronic resource changes quarterly to keep the campus community updated. Please use the links below to access a title list of additions and cancellations for this time period. Below you will also find information about significant projects and changes related to collections and electronic resources.
Newly acquired E-resources
Starting April 1st, the full page digital 2019 content of the Akron Beacon Journal can be found in America’s News.
Recently cancelled E-resources
Polymers: A Property Database (access ending 3/31).
Archival content for the Times Literary Supplement (e-journal) – archive will remain but there will be no new content added.
Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy (e-book) (access ending 3/31).
Medical Care (e-journal) (effective 4/30 – archive will remain but new content will no longer be added).
CollegeSource database (access ending 7/31).
National Council for the Social Studies Membership (print/e-journal) (access ending 3/31).
Library E-resource Spotlight
Did you know that you have access to over 350 databases at The University of Akron? From newspaper articles to scholarly journals to streaming music and everything in between. The library has what you need! Click here to start exploring…
Have Questions About Collections?
Please submit questions or concerns related to collections to Sean Kennedy (email@example.com / 330-972-8581), Collections and Content Strategies Librarian.
Having Problems with E-resources?
Please submit questions or concerns related to electronic resources to our contact form. Be sure to select “Accessing Electronic Resources” as your question on the form.
You may also contact Frank J. Bove (firstname.lastname@example.org / 330-972-5104), Electronic Resources Librarian & Coordinator of Acquisition Services, with any questions or concerns related to electronic resource access or content.
Authored by Frank Bove, Gregg Harris, and Sean Kennedy