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Asian Film Online | Reference eReviews, March 15, 2015

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Asian Film Online: Volume 1 is a streaming video collection of nearly 690 feature films, documentaries, animations, and shorts selected by film scholars and critics.

Apartheid South Africa, 1948–1980 | Reference eReviews, March 1, 2015

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This collection gives ready, granular access (thanks to meticulous metadata) to an exhaustive archive of formerly confidential material.

Oxford Historical Treaties; Reference Module in Biomedical Sciences | Reference eReviews, February 15, 2015

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It’s hard to imagine why any academic library serving legal and history scholars wouldn’t subscribe to Oxford Historical Treaties; Elsevier delivers high-quality reference sources into one platform for a much easier user experience.

Arab World Research Source; Morningstar Investment Research Center | Reference eReviews, February 1, 2015

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There’s useful content to be found in Arab World Research Source, but it’s somewhat uneven and sometimes quirky; Morningstar Investment Research Center is a valuable tool for public libraries with the available budget.

Scholarly Metrics | Reference eReviews, January 2015

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Connolly and Golderman investigate the burgeoning field of scholarly metrics and here review Journal Citation Reports (Thomson Reuters), Plum Analytics’s PlumX, Altmetric for Institutions, and Cabell’s Directories of Publishing Opportunities.

The Loeb Classical Library from Harvard University Press | Reference eReviews, December 2014

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An important print resource is now online. The texts here will be useful to history, literature, and classics students at all levels and are recommended for academic libraries, especially those with large programs studying classic writings.

Encyclopedia of Humor Studies; Impactstory | Reference eReviews, November 15, 2014

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The Encyclopedia of Humor Studies will serve social science scholars who are serious about humor. Impactstory is recommended for faculty, librarians, and researchers moved through the academic ranks.

American Consumer Culture: Market Research and American Business, 1935–1965; Global Plants | Reference eReviews

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A database of documents that are intended to “collect, preserve, and interpret the unfolding history of American enterprise.” A digital library of plant specimens from around the world.

China: Reference eReviews

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As of July 2014, China continues to be the world’s most populous country. The resources we examine here focus on the China of today and look at the country’s past, from China Data Online to Policing the Shanhai International Settlement, 1894–1945.

Voxgov; GeoScienceWorld eBook Collections | Reference eReviews

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Voxgov provides access to “unfiltered original source news, media, and information from all branches of the U.S. federal government….” An ebook platform that covers the breadth of the geoscience disciplines

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