…that you can listen to over 8 million free audio tracks through our streaming audio databases? We have access to classical, folk, jazz, American music, and more through Alexander Press’s Music and Performing Arts, Naxos Music Library, Naxos Jazz Library, and DRAM.
Attention Nursing & Health Studies Students and Faculty:
A 30-day trial of the Joanna Briggs Institute database, open to the UM community, is now available through Tuesday, May 5.
The trial offers full access to the database, including the following resources:
- Evidence based recommended practices
- Evidence summaries
- Best practice information sheets
- Systematic reviews and systematic review protocols
- Consumer information sheets
- Technical reports
For questions about using this resource, or to provide feedback about its potential usefulness for your research and teaching, please contact Nursing Librarian Vera Spika at firstname.lastname@example.org.
UM Libraries currently has a trial subscription to Medici.tv. Medici.tv is the “leading classical music video broadcaster” in the world, “producing and broadcasting… over 100 live concerts each year and 1,200 programs.” Check out Medici.tv and let us know what you think! The database trial ends December 12, 2013.
The University of Miami Libraries have started a 1-year pilot of the Mango Languages program. Mango offers online, conversation-based instruction in over 40 foreign and over 15 ESL courses taught in native languages. Mango offers remote access and free mobile applications so that tutorial can be accessed anytime.
Click on “courses” from the main page to start learning a language. Please send your feedback to John Renaud, email@example.com.