Use VPN With approximately 300 collections composed of over 2.5 million images (and growing), scholars can examine wide-ranging material such as Native American art from the Smithsonian, treasures from the Louvre, and panoramic, 360-degree views of the Hagia Sophia in a single, easy-to-use resource.
Artstor also supports study across disciplines, including anthropology from Harvard’s Peabody Museum, archaeology from Erich Lessing Culture and Fine Art Archives, and modern history from Magnum Photos, making it a resource for your whole institution.
Full image archive of Aviation Week from 1916-present.
To use you must first create an account on awin.aviationweek.com from a campus IP or from the VPN. You can then login with that account on this link.
Comprehensive coverage of the African American experience from 1704 to the present day. Sourced from more than 19,000 American and global news sources, including over 400 current and historical Black publications. Provides full-text searching as well as access to content by Topic, Event, and Eras in African American History. Updated daily.
Use VPN Realizing the integrated retrieval of Chinese and foreign periodicals. Among them, there are more than 8520 kinds of Chinese academic journals, which includes more than 1970 kinds of core journals of Peking University and more than 2150 first published online journals dating back to 1915 and totaling more than 57million full-text articles. Academic journals in foreign languages include more than 75,000 kinds of journals from more than 900 publishing houses in nearly 80 countries and regions, covering 96% of JCR journals and 90% of Scopus journals and dating back to the 19th century and containing more than 58million titles in foreign languages, which can link to full text.
The Georgia Tech Library licenses Series F Literature/History/Philosophy and Series G Politics/Military Affairs/Law
Trial Access for September 2021 - Use VPN China Research Gateway (CRG) presents the full spectrum of Chinese research, with exhaustive representation of STEM, social science, and humanities disciplines.
This archive presents a vast, expertly curated, comprehensive collection of significant primary source documents, arranged in collections, that are central to U.S. foreign and military policy since 1945.
May require creation of an account to save work and run analysis. Allows you to explore Georgia Tech Library's holdings from Gale Primary Sources using Digital Humanities tools. Rediscover and interpret the past through analysis and visualization of historical texts.
Access from VPN or a campus computer.
The library subscribes to the following modules from Jane's:
--All the World's Aircraft: Development & Production
--All the World's Aircraft: In Service
--All the World's Aircraft: Unmanned
--C4ISR & Mission Systems: Air
--Defence Equipment & Technology Intelligence Centre
-- Defence: Air & Space Module
--International Defence Review
--Space Systems & Industry
Discover a wide range of journals, ebooks, and more than 5,400 Open Access research reports in the field of sustainability. The subjects of resilience and sustainability are explored broadly, covering research on environmental stresses and their impact on society.
Based at Fisk University from 1943-1970, the Race Relations Department and its annual Institute were set up by the American Missionary Association to investigate problem areas in race relations and develop methods for educating communities and preventing conflict.
Documenting three pivotal decades in the fight for civil rights, this resource showcases the speeches, reports, surveys and analyses produced by the Department’s staff and Institute participants, including Charles S. Johnson, Dr Martin Luther King, Jr., and Thurgood Marshall.
Also, features over 100 hours of audio recordings, bringing the work of the Race Relations Department to life. Listen to eminent sociologists, civil rights activists, anthropologists, industry leaders and others participating in panel discussions and delivering speeches at the annual Race Relations Institutes. Also available are dictations of reports and the narration of the film slideshows 'Of a New Day Begun' and 'Rebirth in Roxbury'. Where possible, interactive and searchable transcriptions accompany the audio.
This collection explores changing attitudes towards human sexuality, gender identities and sexual behaviors from the nineteenth to the twenty-first centuries. Investigating the breadth and complexity of human sexual understanding through the work of leading sexologists, sex researchers, organizations and personal accounts. Please note this resource contains sexually explicit material.
Library owns Module II: Self-Expression, Community and Identity
The Wall Street Journal Online - provides full access to the wsj.com website and wsj.com/education. See more info for details. The first time you access this URL you will be asked to create an account. Please use your @gatech.edu account to link your account to Georgia Tech licensed content. Once you have created an account you can also download the WSJ app on Android / iOS devices.
Majority of these topics can be found on our education page for professors:
WSJ Professor Hub includes critical thinking resources above and How-To Guides.
WSJ Seminar Series which highlights how to use WSJ's content to connect academic theory with real-world applications. In the past semesters we did a series of faculty seminars on how to use WSJ in their coursework. Past videos can be found on the archive section of the website.
Critical Thinking Resource offers you case studies you can utilize in your course. Currently available for business, finance, marketing, journalism, technology, and political science, each downloadable PDF includes WSJ articles along with a classroom application and questions. This can help you save time on lecture prep with articles and questions you can assign directly to your students.
Coronavirus Critical Thinking Resource - For professors who are looking to incorporate recent Coronavirus coverage into their courses we have created a Critical Thinking Resource with dedicated Coronavirus articles from The Wall Street Journal.
Assessment Tool offers you an easy way to assess your students’ knowledge of current events with WSJ articles. Each week, faculty contributors create and upload customizable multiple choice and true/false quizzes. Additionally, quizzes are auto graded and grades can be exported to add to your grade book or LMS.
WSJContext is the Journal’s first higher education-focused product allowing instructors to seamlessly integrate WSJ content into lectures through shared reading lists. WSJ Context makes it simple to curate relevant articles based on the courses you teach, allowing you to share important and timely news stories with students every week.
Integration with Canvas: The tool that can be integrated through canvas is WSJ Context and The Assessment Tool. Instructions on how to integrate WSJContext into Canvas can be found in the attached Canvas integration guide. There are also some instructions on the Canvas site which can be found here.
The Weekly Review newsletter is created by faculty contributors who source three to five discipline specific WSJ articles each week and write a pedagogical application as well as critical thinking questions that allows you to integrate into your classroom discussions or exams.
How-To Guides - offers you a trusted resource for interactive learning and student engagement during this time when remote teaching is more important than ever. Download the guides to discover simple and seamless ways to incorporate WSJ’s broad and adverse content into online classes.
Student Focused WSJ Content
Majority of these topics can be found on our education page for students.
Students.wsj.com is a website which brings together articles for students on: Job Prep, Finance Tips, Career Insights, and Expert Advice. "We are all business majors".
WSJ Noted - A new digital magazine that was created specifically to serve the needs and interests of those ages 18–34. Noted speaks to—and with—this younger generation as they navigate an evolving world.
Future View - (Published every Tuesday night.) Future View is a WSJ Opinion series which allows students to contribute to politics, culture and global affairs.
WSJ Money - Students can use this resource to find personal finance and money management information and submit money questions of their own. Financial aid officers and counselors will find the student loan content valuable as well.
WSJ Jobs - A place for students and career center staff to discover the latest information on business and careers. Students can find valuable information on how to best present themselves as they enter the labor market and ask WSJ reporters specific career questions.
Women’s Studies International is a bibliographic database for women’s studies and feminist research. Providing indexing and abstracts for hundreds of publications, it is a valuable resource for many disciplines, including sociology, history, international relations and humanities.