UTS Library

Current Database Trials

The Library regularly arranges trials of new databases. Have a look at any of the current trials that are of interest to you and let us know what you think. Your feedback is appreciated.

De Gruyter’s databases

Description: De Gruyter’s online databases provide comprehensive access to primary sources, text collections, reference works, and bibliographies across our entire subject catalog. With 43 databases to choose from, and quickly growing, they are an essential part of any school’s academic collection.

  • Every database provides content for academics with specific needs in their field of study
  • Detailed, high-level content produced by the leading experts in each topic

Trial ends 28 February 2015
Feedback to Wei Cai

Premier International Tax Library - BTAC

Description: The Tax and Accounting Center offers practitioners a comprehensive array of analysis, news, primary sources, and practice tools covering federal, international, and state tax issues and financial accounting.

The Tax and Accounting Center is organized by subject or “Practice Area,” accessible via the tabs located at the top of any of the “home” pages. Clicking the “All”tab at the far left will enable you to access all the content that is included in your subscription. Depending on your research needs, you may prefer to limit your view to the subscribed content accessible via the tabs labeled Federal Tax, State Tax, International Tax, Accounting, or Tax Practice Series. Or, you can click the “Practice Areas” tab on the far right to access content in any of the following Practice Areas: Compensation Planning; Estate Planning; Real Estate; Sales and Use Taxes; Tax-Exempt Organizations; and Transfer Pricing.

  • Every database provides content for academics with specific needs in their field of study
  • Detailed, high-level content produced by the leading experts in each topic

Trial ends 11 March 2015
Feedback to Patrick Tooth

Intellectual Property Law Resource Center

Description: The Intellectual Property Resource Center provides the full text of all decisions reported in United States Patents Quarterly from 1929 to the present, combined with finding aids to facilitate the search process. The Resource Center is designed to make finding the right intellectual property case fast and easy.

Trial ends 11 March 2015
Feedback to Patrick Tooth

Global EHS Resource Center

Description: Bloomberg BNA's Global EHS Resource Center provides timely, accurate, comprehensive, and reliable information about environment, health and safety, and product law and regulation in dozens of countries around the world. Each country collection comprises three parts: a detailed Country Profile, monitoring reports, and news articles. News articles and monitoring reports, which contain summaries of changes to law, regulation and policy in each country, are updated monthly. An optional monthly e-mail contains highlights of the most recent news articles and abstracts of legal, regulatory, and policy changes for each country.

Trial ends 11 March 2015
Feedback to Patrick Tooth

Energy and Climate Report

Description: : Energy and Climate Report provides current, thorough coverage of clean energy, efficiency, and climate change legislation, regulation, policy, legal developments, and trends in the U.S. and internationally.

Trial ends 11 March 2015
Feedback to Patrick Tooth

MIMS Online: Crush?

Description: The crush resource is an optional extra module to MIMS Online. This “Crush?” option relates to whether or not you can crush a tablet to administer it. This feature will be available once a search is completed, and it is the most right-hand tab is labelled “CRUSH?”. Clicking on the “CRUSH?” Tab will display the Don’t Rush To Crush Content. Crush advice is not given for every tablet, there is slightly less than 600 monographs, but each covers a number of branded medications.

Trial ends 23 March 2015
Feedback to Kim Williams

SAGE Research Methods

Description: SAGE Research Methods knowledge base provides essential support for course teaching in research methods and statistics. It provides over 175,000 pages of SAGE’s renowned book, journal, and reference and video content in research methods; a repository of over 400 original, specially commissioned case studies which show how abstract research methods to life are applied in real-life case studies; and a collection of datasets to support teaching and learning of quantitative and qualitative analytical methods. These are teaching datasets taken from larger national and international data sources, edited and cleaned for teaching purposes.

Trial ends 30 April 2015
Feedback to Helen Chan