New resources available at the Library

The Sixties, a new library database, offers memorabilia and more from this important decade. This public domain image of President John F. Kennedy and First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy (1961) is courtesy of the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum.The Library is introducing some new resources available to the Brock community.The Sixties: Primary Documents and Personal Narratives (1960 – 1974)Featuring diaries, letters, memoirs, government documents, and memorabilia, this database offers scholars access to a wealth of resources from this important period in American history, culture, and politics.Sage Research Methods OnlineDesigned to help researchers, faculty, and students build research projects across a variety of disciplines, this database offers basic definitions and applications of research methods, as well as more advanced features such as the Methods Map, which visually represents the field of research methods and how they relate to one another.Conference Board of Canada e-library/e-dataThe e-library provides full-text access to the Conference Board of Canada’s reports, conference proceedings, and webinars on economics, public policy, and organizational performance. The in-depth reports typically receive a great deal of press coverage.The e-data service offers information on Canadian economic trends at the national, provincial, municipal, and industrial levels as well as selected US economic indicators. It also includes the Index of Consumer Confidence, the Index of Business Confidence, the Help Wanted Index, and Leading Indicators of Industry Profitability.The following new journal subscriptions have also been added:NeurologyAdvanced Synthesis & CatalysisAlzheimers disease and associated disordersNeuroreportClinical journal of sport medicineCurrent opinion in psychiatryInternational journal of sport nutrition and exercise metabolismJournal  of clinical psychiatryObesityVisit for more information. read more