Licensed Resource Transitions: Art Source; Education Source; Lion
Art Source (All campuses; on the EBSCOHost platform)
Art Source was developed from a merger of several EBSCO and H.W. Wilson art and architecture databases, with additional full-text journals not previously available elsewhere. It covers fine, decorative, and commercial art, as well as architecture and architectural design.
- Over 640 full-text journals and more than 225 full-text books
- Coverage dating back to 1929
- Detailed indexing and abstracts for many leading academic journals, magazines and trade publications
- Strong international coverage, including periodicals published in French, Italian, German, Spanish and Dutch
- Podcasts from leading museums on artists and individual works of art
- An Image Collection of over 63,000 images provided by Picture Desk and other sources
- Art reproduction records
This database succeeds UC’s previous subscription to Art Full Text.
For more information, please contact Robert Gore (email@example.com), Resource Liaison for Art Source.
Education Source (All campuses; on the EBSCOHost platform)
Formed by a merger of several EBSCO and H.W. Wilson databases, with additional full-text added, Education Source covers all levels of education—from early childhood to higher education—as well as all educational specialties, such as multilingual education, health education and testing.
- Full text for over 1,800 journals
- Indexing and abstracts for thousands of journals
- Full text for more than 550 books and monographs
- Full text for numerous education-related conference papers
- Citations for over 5 million articles, including book reviews
- And much more…
This database succeeds UC’s previous subscription to Education Full Text.
Literature Online (All campuses; on the ProQuest platform)
UC libraries now have access to the new Literature Online (LION) platform on the ProQuest platform. Access will be provided to both the new and old (Chadwyck-Healey) platforms through March 31, 2014.
Please note that current My Archive accounts will not be migrated to the new interface. If you or your researchers have a My Archive account, you will need to extract all data and transfer it to a new account in the new version of Literature Online.
ProQuest prepared a LibGuide and has scheduled a series of training sessions for navigating the new platform: https://proquestmeetings.webex.com/mw0401l/mywebex/default.do?siteurl=proquestmeetings&service=6
For more information, please contact Jane Faulkner (firstname.lastname@example.org), Resource Liaison for Literature Online.