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Dupré Library has recently acquired the EBSCO eBooks University Press Collection. This collection includes more than 32,000 multi-disciplinary titles from over 90 University Presses.

For more information on using eBooks, view the Guide to EBSCO eBooks. All ROC Lab computers are currently outfitted with Adobe Digital Edition to be used for viewing all EBSCO eBooks, including this new collection.

In addition, the library purchased the premier collection of dissertations and theses called ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global. You can use this resource to easily search a collection of nearly 40 million graduate works from around the world, with nearly 2 million available in full-text. This resource is the official offsite repository for the U.S. Library of Congress.

We’re thrilled to announce a new collection of streaming videos. Kanopy Streaming Video provides one of the largest film collections in the world, including award-winning documentaries, training files, and theatrical releases on every topic imaginable.

Lastly, the library now subscribes to a comprehensive digital archive of virtually every work printed in England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, and British North American and other English works printed between 1473-1700 called Early English Books Online. This collection includes more than 130,000 titles and more than 17 million scanned pages and continues to grow.

If you need any assistance with these or any other library resources, Ask a Librarian.

Are you still not seeing what you want? Have an idea for something new? If you’d like to request the library consider purchasing a new resources (journal, database, etc.), let us know at dupreresources@louisiana.edu.

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