Adam Matthew publishes unique primary source collections from archives around the world. SNHU Shapiro Library subscribes to the following collections: African American Communities, American History 1493-1945, Archives Direct, Defining Gender, Empire Online, Everyday Life and Women in America 1800-1920, Race Relations in America, and Socialism On Film.
fDi Markets allows its users to track and profile companies investing overseas, as well as conduct in-depth analysis to uncover trends. It provides access to real-time monitoring of investment projects, capital investment and job creation. Access Instructions: Each time you access you will need to enter the Organization Cod (SNU) and your SNHU email address. You will receive a link that will allow you to then access the database.
Feature Films for Education offers hundreds of full-length feature films. This collection focuses on both current and hard-to-find titles, including dramas, literary adaptations, blockbusters, classics, science fiction, environmental titles, foreign films, social issues, animation studies, Academy Award winners, and more. NOTE: This database does not work with Chrome. Please use an alternative browser (e.g. Firefox)..
JoVE is the world's first peer-reviewed scientific video journal and It publishes experimental techniques in a visual format with detailed text protocols. Subjects covered include STEM such as engineering, chemistry, medicine, biology, and environment.
Luthers Werke, from Chadwyck Healey, is the complete collection of Luther's writings. This database provides an indispensable historical-critical tool for theologians, historians, linguists and literary critics carrying out research into Luther's life and work. NOTE: The contents is written in either German or Latin. Please use a translation tool to translate into another language.
Queen Victoria's Journals, from Chadwyck Healey, contains the diaries of Queen Victoria from childhood until through her Golden and Diamond Jubilees. As well as detailing household and family matters, the journals reflect affairs of state, describe meetings with statesmen and other eminent figures, and comment on the literature of the day. They represent a valuable primary source for scholars of nineteenth century British political and social history and for those working on gender and autobiographical writing.
Science is a weekly, peer-reviewed journal that publishes significant original scientific research, plus reviews and analyses of current research and science policy. Shapiro Library has access to Science (1997-Present) and the Science Classic Archive (1880-1996).