About Global Road Warrior
Global Road Warrior is the most comprehensive country cultural database on the market today. Featuring in-depth information on 175 countries, Global Road Warrior will give your students a level of insight into each country that cannot be found anywhere else. Categories include:
- Culture & Society
- The Business Experience
- Women in Culture
- Women in Business
- Greetings & Courtesies
- Language Video Dictionary
Global Road Warrior is a great resource for international studies, cross cultural studies, international business, social sciences, women’s and gender studies, language studies, and studying abroad programs. Trial through the end of July.
The University of Alabama’s popular student news organization and Paper of Record, the Crimson White is now digitized!
This collection now features electronic access to current issues and archives back to 2003. The newspaper is circulated daily on the UA campus and throughout Tuscaloosa. The staff of The Crimson White is made up of UA’s very own students with academic backgrounds that cover the range of majors available here.
Check out articles that interest you, ranging from sports to culture!
The Crimson White online version : http://www.cw.ua.edu/.
If you are interested in learning more about farming or the latest agricultural studies, the Agriculture Collection is the right place for you to “dig”.
This database is comprised of 7,668,481 articles about current and authoritative content that spans the industry. Specific aspects range from practical aspects of farming to cutting edge scientific research in horticulture. Students, researchers, and professionals can obtain the agricultural information from one location!
Top searches in this database include:
- Animal Welfare
- Farm Bill
- Food and Nutrition
- Global Warming
Check out one of today’s most read magazine, online! The National Geographic Magazine has been digitized and offers a complete archive of every issue from 1888 to current issues. Content that is offered in the magazines range from maps to videos to books. You can search for any issue that has been published to date, by clicking on the “Browse Magazines” tab on the homepage.
- Seeing the Light
- This Land is Your Land
- 21st-Century Slaves
Rock the Performance offers content that you can customize, videos and tutorials, classes, and sheet music. Many genres of music are covered in the database, such as country, rock/punk, hip-hop, disco, and many more. The video tutorials that are offered feature guest performers, genre and style videos, and Sheri’s how- to- do- it videos.
Check out this database if you love music and want to learn more about it!
South Asia Archive is a database resource that covers humanities and social sciences. Historical documents are available within the archive that cover production in colonial and early post-colonial India and sub-continent. Collectors and archivists cover the topic of the South Asia Research Foundation, that brings together a wealth of primary and secondary content.
Content Subjects Include:
- Agriculture and Environment
- Anthropology and Archaeology
- Arts and Art History
- Cinema and Media Studies
- Civilizational Studies
- Commerce and Industry
Women and Social Movements in the United States Database from Alexander Street Press contains full-text publications of history and records of the women’s reform in organizations in the United States during the early 19th and 20th centuries. A popular work from the collection is The History of Women Suffrage, which contains 6 volumes. About 10,000 pages of material are added each year to the database. Check out this database during Women’s History Month!