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Electronic Database Trials

UNLV Libraries patrons have temporary access from the UNLV campus to the databases listed below.

**You may not be able to access these from off-campus.**

The Libraries arrange trial access to electronic resources that are under consideration for a subscription. Librarians review databases for addition to the collection twice per year and your comments are very valuable in this selection process. Please let us know what you think of the resources by filling out the comments form.

If you have any questions about these products or would like to recommend a product for a future trial please contact a Subject Librarian.

eHRAF Archaeology

eHRAF World Cultures is an online cross-cultural and ethnographic database that contains descriptive information on all aspects of cultural and social life. The annually-growing eHRAF database is unique in that the information is organized by cultures and ethnic groups and every document is subject-indexed at the paragraph level, facilitating precise retrieval within documents.

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Trial ends August 10, 2017


The collection contains over 2,000 specially prepared, animated, online, audio-visual lectures by world leading authorities including Nobel Laureates. Talks are easily accessed and cover fifteen subject areas including Neuroscience, Clinical Medicine, Methods, and Biochemistry and twelve therapeutic areas: Dermatology, Vaccines, Oral Health and others. Lectures are useful to faculty, post-docs, and other research staff, graduate students and undergraduates. All lectures are suitable for inclusion in courses and as additional learning material including in blended learning and flipped classroom activities, and may be included in Blackboard and Other Online Learning Environments.

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Trial ends August 7, 2017


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