Available for viewing only (no pdf downloads) until the end of September 2020, the Adam Matthew Sex & Sexuality Module I allows you to explore changing attitudes towards human sexuality, gender and sexual behaviours in America and beyond, from the late-nineteenth century to the present day. Sex & Sexuality covers a broad range of topics and is drawn from leading archives around the world.
JoVE Science Education Library: is a video library aimed at teaching scientific fundamentals through video demonstrations. Subject areas covered include Biolog, Engineering, Chemistry, Clinical Skills, Environmental Sciences, Psychology and Social Psychology. This library has been made available free of charge by JoVE until June 15, 2020.
abstracts of biomedical and literature in a variety of health sciences fields including medicine, nursing, dentistry, and the allied health sciences.
PubMed is a free, online index for biomedical literature. Its content is primarily composed of the MEDLINE database, but it also contains records from materials not yet in MEDLINE and all records from the PubMed Central open access repository.
The University of Windsor's 60 day free trial to Routledge Handbooks Online is now active providing complete access to the platform at your institution until 12th March 2015. Visit https://www.routledgehandbooks.com to gain access.
Another year has come and gone and the Scholarship at UWindsor institutional repository continues to grow, showcasing and providing open access to the research and creative activity from faculty members, graduates and undergraduates from around our campus. Take a look at our annual report to see the impact Windsor research is having around the world.
The results of Canada's Tri-Agency open access policy consultation have been released and are available on their website. Given the impact this policy will have on University of Windsor researchers, I'd like to provide a few comments on the policy and consultation results from a Windsor perspective.
Predatory publishers who attempt to take financial advantage of academics seeking a home for their research have been a growing concern in the scholarly publishing world. In a recent post from from Scholarly Open Access: Critical analysis of scholarly open-access publishing, the issue predatory publishers and hijacked journals was raised. From the site:
Explore various research methods by searching content from more than 640 books, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and handbooks, the entire “Little Green Book,” and Little Blue Book” series, two Major Works collating a selection of journal articles, and newly commissioned videos.
On May 29-30th 2013 the University of Windsor played host to the International Symposium on Arab Youth: Developmental Pathways for Identity. The conference organizers, Julie Hakim-Larson and Rosanne Menna, have worked with the Leddy Library to help provide access to the posters and presentations from the event. The results are now starting to be made available in the Scholarship at UWindsor institutional repository and can be found at the link below. Take some time to take a look or even explore the contents from other departments on our campus.