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Indexing and fulltext for business literature, 1980s to present.
Local, regional, national and international business news coverage of corporations, privately held companies, local start-ups, executive profiles, marketing, finance, and industry news. Coverage from 1985-present.
Fulltext multidisciplinary database of academic journals, magazines, periodicals and other reports, 19th century to present.
Academic Search Ultimate is an excellent source of scholarly journals in all academic disciplines. More than 13,600 journals are indexed and full text is provided for more than 9,000. Searchable cited references are provided for selected titles
Free digital access to current and archived New York Times content for MTSU faculty, staff, and students. Create a personal account using your MTSU email address at https://nytimesineducation.com/access-nyt/. Resource provided with support from MTSU Academic Affairs, College of Media and Entertainment and the Honors College.
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Statistics portal with quantitative data from over 18,000 sources for media, business, finance, politics, and other topics. Export data in a variety of formats for direct use in presentations or reports.
Collection of highly curated corpora (collections of text) designed for searching text from a range of sources to observe language, variation, and change between specified dates on specific items. PLEASE NOTE: To use this resource, users need to register an account and connect it to MTSU's license.
English-Corpora.org offers 17 discrete corpora representing a range of different kinds of language in use (generalized news discourse online, more specific news, Wikipedia, American Soap Operas, historical English) as well as two national corpora (which observe a specific form of English - in this case, historical Canadian and British English). Most of the corpora included cover at least one dialect if not multiple dialects of English (such as British, American, Canadian English). Two corpora, News on the Web (NOW) and the Coronavirus corpus, continue to be updated daily to reflect ongoing linguistic practices.
Full text of 45 field-leading textbooks for physician assistant education, covering anatomical sciences, pathology, biochemistry, and other key areas of study. Create a free personal account to enable chapter printing and content downloads.