Collection of eBooks in the humanities and social sciences
Over 33,000 Project Muse eBook titles, around 70% of all titles at MUSE, are now available for access at APSU through the LYRASIS Evidence Based Acquisition (EBA) program for a one year period beginning January 2018.
Project MUSE book collections offer the following features:
DRM-free content in chapter-level PDF format
Unlimited simultaneous usage, downloading, printing
Mobile access on any PDF-compatible device
Ownership and perpetual access rights for purchased books
Interlibrary loan permitted
Here is how the EBA program works:
APSU faculty members and students gain access to more than 33,000 high quality eBook titles for 12 months without any print or download restrictions
MARC records for the library catalog are provided to increase awareness
At the end of the 12-month access period, the usage report will be used make final acquisition decisions regarding the most appropriate titles to purchase for perpetual access
Collection of 5000 unlimited access eBooks on topics in the Social Sciences
Hosting nearly 5,000 titles, SAGE Knowledge includes an expansive range of SAGE eBook and eReference content— including scholarly monographs, reference works, handbooks, series, professional development titles, business case studies, and streaming video— making this the ultimate social science digital library for students, researchers, and faculty.
Electronic full-text articles from 1812 to present
This online version of The Tennessean offers full-text coverage from 1812 to present. It includes the following options:
*The Tennessean is available online from Nov. 7, 2002 to present through ProQuest. HTML full-text is available, but these recent issues do not include full scans of the physical newspaper in PDF format.
*The Nashville Tennessean is available online from 1812 to 2002 through ProQuest Historical Newspapers. Every issue includes the complete paper, cover-to-cover, with full-page and article images in downloadable PDF format. The Tennessean began in publication 1907 but this service includes earlier titles such as the Nashville Whig and the Daily American. These papers reported not only Nashville-area news, but carried stories from around the state and the nation.
The default setting searches both of these platforms together. To search only one option, click on the "Databases" link in the gray menu-bar within the database interface.
Current digital editions and searchable 4-year electronic archive (Log in with your APSU OneStop credentials to register for a personal account)
The APSU College of Business now sponsors access to the Wall Street Journal.
WSJ School-Sponsored Membership provides a school with a simple way to deliver individual WSJ digital memberships to students, faculty and staff. Each membership includes full WSJ.com access, WSJ mobile and tablet apps and a WSJ+ membership. Also accessible on WSJ.com is a 90-day archive of the print paper.
The school-sponsored education membership gives a 4-year archive for electronic content. In the “Advanced Search,” readers can search WSJ articles, blogs, videos and press releases. The search allows for up to a 4-year archive of results.
See https://libguides.apsu.edu/mobile for access to the WJS mobile apps
Membership Benefits for Students:
*Unlimited access to WSJ.com
*WSJ mobile and tablet apps
*Informative podcasts, featuring interviews with WSJ editors and notable influencers
*Curated newsletters with highlights, summaries and updates on the stories that matter to you delivered straight to your inbox
*WSJ+ Premium Benefits Program, with complimentary access to an unmatched selection of events, offers and experience