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Newspapers, magazines and other publications published from 1693-1877, spanning the colonial period through Reconstruction.
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Alternate Name(s) Associate Press Stylebook
The AP Stylebook is widely used as a writing and editing reference in newsrooms, classrooms and corporate offices worldwide. The AP Stylebook online database is a searchable, customizable guide for writers and editors that is updated throughout the year.

Includes an archive of stylebooks produced by the Associated Press from 1900 to the present, an Ask the Editor feature, with thousands of searchable past answers, and Topical Guides, offering guidance to help write about events in the news. *Up to 10 concurrent users

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Alternate Name(s) EducationWeek, EdWeek
Education news, analysis, and opinion about teaching and teachers. Full text available from 1981-Present.
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Original text and English translation of Greek and Latin literature. Includes epic and lyric poetry; tragedy and comedy; history, travel, philosophy, and oratory; the great medical writers and mathematicians. More than 520 volumes of Latin, Greek, and English texts are available.
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Alternate Name(s) NYTimes.com, New York Times Historical Newspaper Collection
Full-text articles in their original form with all images intact from the full 170+ year archive of the New York Times. Includes digital reproductions of every page from every issue -- cover to cover -- that can be viewed within the TimesMachine or downloaded section by section as pdf files. Archive can be searched using the small magnifying glass at top left. ACCESS DIRECTIONS: Log in using your One Port account information. Click the “Create Account” button and use your UNCA email to create the account. Once you get your account set up, you should be able to log in from nytimes.com, without using a special link.
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PolicyMap is a U.S. national data and mapping tool that combines a curated, comprehensive geographic data library with simple, robust mapping and analytics tools. University faculty, researchers, and students use it to create compelling maps of up to five layers, export trend charts with key benchmarks, download data for use in other tools, generate on-the-fly reports, and upload your own data to view it with ours.
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Customizable maps and visualizations that cover everything from 220 years of U.S. Census data, U.S. elections, crime, business, environmental, health, and religion data, even statistics for Europe and World Development Indicators. The Tables page provides easy access to all datasets available on Social Explorer. Visit the 'Training Modules' for walkthroughs of how to use Social Explorer and this page for videos and subject-specific resource guides: socialexplorer.libguides.com/socialexplorer
NOTE: Click the “Sign Up” button at the bottom of the linked screen and use your UNCA email to create your account. Once you get your account set up, you should be able to log in from socialexplorer.com without using a special link.
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Interactive 3D models of over 1,000 Roman and Greek sculptures, monuments, and furnishings from antiquity. Access by creating an account with your UNCA email address.
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Accurate, virtual reconstructions of historical sites around the world, explorable through narrated tours or free roaming. Access by creating an account with your UNCA email address. iOS and Android apps also available.
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