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The following databases are newly acquired or being evaluated for a future subscription.
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Artstor Digital Library is changing! Over the Summer enhancements and alterations are being made to the Digital Library! For more information on these changes please go to Upcoming changes to Artstor

There are currently more than 2 million images from 280 collections and the collections are updated monthly. It supports teaching and research for a range of subjects: anthropology, archaeology, architecture, art, history, fashion and costume, literature, religion, world history and more.

You can download images and image details individually. Once you have logged in using your username and password you will have to register for a free account in order to download. Register using your student email address and by registering you will be able to access saved folders and organize images into groups. For information on how to use Artstor go to Artsor Support
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This is an online analytics platform that provides data on a variety of topics, such as economic confidence, employment, food access and life evaluations. There is access to nearly a century of U.S. data and a decade of global tracking data in the Gallup World Poll. Useful for those examining data by demographic, socio-economic groups and geographies. It allows for exporting data to create data tables, trends, charts and scatter plots.

This is a trial subscription which ends 31/10/2017.
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Real-life case studies demonstrating how research methods can be used in practice, for dissertations or extended projects. Please note, we only have access to the Cases section of the website.
Contains legal commentary and analysis from over 30 leading sports lawyers from the UK, Ireland and Europe across 10 different chapters on: governance, competition law, commercial rights, employment law, discrimination and equality, media rights, financial corruption, anti-doping, disciplinary procedures, participation and safety.
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