Trial of various ProQuest legal and other disciplines' resources is open


Trial of various ProQuest legal and other disciplines' resources is open until 23 June 2017 to all UT students, faculty and staff. E-resources are accessible over the university computer network.

Here are the descriptions of the databases with access hyperlinks:


Proquest ebook collection:

Proquest ebook collection subject areas are the arts, business, science & technology, health & medicine, literature & language, history and law.

The Law Ebook Subscription and Law Ebook Perpetual Pack 2015 offer a selection of ebooks covering all Law topics, especially Human Rights, International Law, and Legal History.

The Law Ebook Subscription is designed to facilitate research, including such publishers as Cambridge University Press, University of California Press (UCP), University of Michigan Press, Duke University Press, Island Press, New York University Press, Northwestern University Press and Stanford University Press.

The Law Ebook Perpetual Pack 2015 is a balanced, current, and carefully curated collection with titles from such publishers as Cambridge University Press, Edward Elgar Publishing and University of Chicago Press.  


Proquest Research Library:

ProQuest® Research Library Prep database supports both research and teaching and learning. This extensive online collection provides one-stop access to over 6,500 scholarly journals, magazines, and newspapers — with over 5,000 titles in full text.

The articles in this continuously-growing database offer global coverage on a wide range of subjects: arts, business, current events, education, health, language arts, sciences, social sciences, and many other curriculum-specific subject areas.

The full-text content comes from thousands of leading journals, magazines, and five key national newspapers, loaded daily: the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, and the Christian Science Monitor. Also included is a rich diversity of content such as television and radio transcripts, video clips on a range of subjects, and important blogs.


Proquest Criminal Justice:

Criminal Justice Database is a comprehensive database supporting research on crime, its causes and impacts, legal and social implications, as well as litigation and crime trends, providing information about criminal justice, law enforcement, corrections, drug enforcement, rehabilitation, family law, and industrial security, as well as the causes, trends, and societal impacts of crime.


Alexander Street Criminal Justice & Public Safety in video:
Criminal Justice and Public Safety in Video demonstrates important educational theories and skills in action, from investigation techniques and parole monitoring to victim counseling and forensic analysis. In addition to training and skills-based video content, documentaries and interviews within the collection provide insight into the key issues and functions of the justice system.


Since it is only a trial of these databases until 23 June 2017, we appreciate your feedback about these e-resources:


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