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Fall 2020 Libraries Guide: Other New Resources

Other New Resources

This is a place to check for other new resources that become available during the academic year.

Center for Research Libraries

We recently re-joined CRL (  This membership gives us access to a number of resources including access to resources in their catalog, digital collections, subject experts for consultation, and digital copies of material via ILL.

  1. Borrow materials from their collection via OhioLINK or ILL.  If borrowed via ILL, they will digitize it and send it.
  2. Electronic collections
    1. Broad range of items based on scanning done for ILL requests
    2. African Newspapers: 70 newspapers published between 1800-1922
    3. American Periodicals: Broad range of titles published between mid-nineteenth century and early twentieth century.
    4. Brazilian Government Documents
    5. Chinese Pamphlets: Political Communication & Mass Education
    6. Digital South Asia Library (DSAL)
    7. Dziennik Zwiazkowy (Polish newspaper published in Chicago)
    8. Latin American Newspapers
    9. LLMC Digital Collection (legal/government materials)
    10. Official Gazettes and Civil Society Information
    11. Pamphlets and Periodicals of the French Revolution of 1848
    12. Slavery and Manumission Manuscripts of Timbuktu
    13. South Asian Newspapers: 1864-1922
    14. Mexican Intelligence Digital Archives (MIDAS)
    15. TRAIL: Technical Report Archive and Image Library
    16. Independent and Revolutionary Mexican Newspapers
  3. On-demand Digitization Services
  4. Demand Purchase Program of foreign dissertations, newspapers (for which CRL owns at least one day of a newspaper title), archival materials from governments, NGOs, and other organizations
  5. Subject Specific Research Support from CRL librarians