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BIR Entertainment
(EBSCOhost)
BIR Entertainment is a component of Book Index with Reviews™. This database provides information on about 450,000 music titles and over 200,000 DVD/video titles with more being added regularly. Find music or videos featuring a favorite artist or performer, or specific genre.

Book Index with Reviews™
(EBSCOhost)
BIR includes over five million book titles with more being added constantly and useful for developing booklists and subject guides.
Choice Reviews Online (ALA) Current Reviews for Academic Libraries is the premier source for reviews of academic books, electronic media, and Internet resources of interest to those in higher education. More than 35,000 librarians, faculty, and key decision makers rely on Choice magazine and ChoiceReviews.online for collection development and scholarly research. Choice reaches almost every undergraduate college and university library in the United States.

Each year Choice publishes more than 7,000 reviews that are:

Timely - typically the first comment on scholarly publications
Authoritative - written by selected experts in the subject
Concise - brief but thorough, providing information and recommendations
Easy to Use - logical arrangement, including data needed to order the item reviewed.

Choice is a publishing unit of the Association of College &
Research Libraries, a division of the American Library Association.


Credo Reference

Credo Reference is a leading provider of reference services for libraries and information centers.

Credo Reference combines publishing expertise with the latest digital technologies to unlock the knowledge value of reference material. There are over 270 titles consisting of an aggregate of 3.1 million entries all interconnected by over 100,000,000 links.



Films On Demand
Digital Educational Videos
The Films on Demand collections provide unlimited, 24/7 access to more than 4,000 full-length videos and 52,000 video clips - all Closed Captioned. These videos cover topics in Humanities & Social Sciences, Business & Economics, Science & Mathematics, Career & Technical Education, and Health & Medicine to name a few. The video content can be linked with our course management system and used by faculty and students anytime, anywhere.

JSTOR A trusted archive of important scholarly journals, spanning many disciplines.

MDID Madison Digital Image Database 2 - from James Madison University - requires a Mt.SAC account to access (use Portal Credentials). This database is maintained by the Art History department.
Oxford English Dictionary (OED) Online The Entire Oxford English Dictionary, 2nd edition, available online.

Oxford Language Dictionaries Online Unabridged bilingual dictionaries in Chinese, French, German, Italian, Russian, and Spanish. This resource includes quick translations, example sentences, audio pronunciations, and additional tools for language learning and cultural exploration.

Reference Universe A cumulative index to print and electronic reference works which allows you to search the article titles and complete book indexes of specialized encyclopedias, compendia, handbooks at our library. It covers all disciplines, and includes works from 1985 to present.

Resources for College Libraries (RCL) The online edition of the new Resources for College Libraries brought to you by ACRL's Choice and Bowker. This 2006 edition is the long-awaited successor to Books for College Libraries (BCL3). The core list features 65,000 titles in 58 curriculum-specific subjects. Titles have been selected for your academic library by more than 300 subject specialists and bibliographers.

   
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