Nonfiction: Golf & African Americans, Allergy-Free Cooking, Pro Wrestling, Marriage Counseling | Xpress Reviews

An unsettling but solid perspective on America and golf; for public libraries seeking diet and health-related cookbooks; the Flairs will please their base with accounts of action in and out of the ring; beneficial as part of a professional collection for counselors and others

History of Mass Tourism | Reference eReviews, February 1, 2017

Academic libraries, particularly ones that specialize in hospitality management and business, will welcome this addition to their database collections. Public libraries might also find this a worthy offering, though it may not be a high-budget priority.

Colonial America | Reference eReviews, November 15, 2015

There should be at least one copy of Adam Matthew’s Colonial America in each state within the United States, accessible to all American history researchers.

International Politics | Reference eReviews, October 15, 2015

THE WORLD STAGE —as it plays out on television, in the newspapers, and online—seems to be seething with conflict and social and economic volatility.

Video Grows Up

SAGE, a company known for print reference works in the social sciences, is this month releasing SAGE Video, a database that will include original material as well as licensed content, all aimed at adults through the postgraduate level.

ALA Reference Announcements | Reference News, March 1, 2015

Several database vendors were showing or announcing new products at this year’s American Library Association (ALA) Midwinter meeting in Chicago, held January 30–February 3.

eReviews Sage Knowledge | November 1, 2012

Review of SAGE database.

SAGE Acquires Adam Matthew

Adam Matthew, a company that’s known for providing specialized online primary-source collections, announced today that it’s been bought by SAGE, a social science reference publisher.

Reaching the Wikipedia Generation: Reference Roundtable Tackles Trends and Thorny Issues

Reaching the Wikipedia Generation: Reference Roundtable Tackles Trends and Thorny Issues