UCLA faculty, staff, and students now have access to a few more electronic resources, which were purchased with fiscal end-of-year funds. Perhaps most interesting to our users is New England Journal of Medicine Archive (1812-1989). UC users can now access all back issues and content of the NEJM, dating back to the first issue in 1812.
In addition to the article archives, users also have access to multimedia, including images and videos in clinical medicine. There are interactive medical cases, where users are presented with a medical case and asked how to proceed. All content can be browsed by type (research, reviews, etc), by specialty, or by topic.
Wiley’s General Medicine and German Chemical Societies backfiles are also now available. The General Medicine backfile includes 53 titles from both Wiley and Blackwell and the German Chemical Societies backfile includes the flagship title, Angewandte Chemie (German Edition), 1887-1997.
Additionally, IEEE-Wiley eBooks Library, Historical Chicago Tribune (1849-1986), Historical Washington Post (1877-1992) and the Encyclopedia of Religion, 7th ed. are also now available. All of these new resources can be accessed by searching the UCLA Library Catalog.
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