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Database Trials

The Northeastern University Library is currently offering trial access to these resources:

Snell Library is currently offering trial access to MassTrac – a Massachusetts bill tracking service. It provides legislative history material for Massachusetts legislation from 1996 to present. It includes available information on bill versions, bill status, hearings, committee work, and news items of interest for various pieces of legislation.   Users can track the status of bills as they move through the legislature.


 The trial ends on December 7th,  2022.  Please take the time to let us know your thoughts on this resource by taking this short survey

 

Snell Library is currently offering trial access to World Politics Review, a daily online resource for international politics and foreign affairs written by more than 400 contributors from around the world and experts in a variety of disciplines.
Full text is included in PDF or HTML format, or both, and the Review contains thousands of articles in its archive.
World Politics Review covers topics relevant to foreign policy, international politics, and foreign affairs. Among the topics it includes:

  • Aid and Development
  • Crime
  • Culture
  • Defense and Military
  • Domestic Politics
  • Economics and Business
  • Homeland Security
  • Human Rights
  • International Law
  • Political Theory
  • Public Diplomacy and Propaganda
  • Terrorism
  • U.S. Foreign Policy
  • War and Conflict
  • Weapons of Mass Destruction

     The trial ends on December 31st,  2022. 
    Please take the time to let us know your thoughts on this resource by taking this short survey

 

Snell Library is currently offering trial access to the Hindustan Times.  This resource is a part of ProQuest Historical Newspapers  Hindustan Times Historical covers leading issues and events of the time, providing day-to-day news coverage of history in India.  The historical paper offers
coverage of 1924–2010, including news articles, photos, advertisements, classified ads, obituaries, cartoons, and more.  The Hindustan Times is one of the largest newspapers in India, was founded in 1924 by the leader of the Akali movement, Sunder

Singh Lyallpuri. Introduced at the opening ceremony by Mahatma Gandhi and edited by his son, Devdas Gandhi, the Hindustan Times played an essential role in the Indian independence movement.  
The paper is the second most widely read English newspaper in India (after
The Times of India).

 The trial ends on December 28th,  2022.  Please take the time to let us know your thoughts on this resource by taking this short survey

 

 

 

 

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