Its curtains up in the classroom when students find a front-row seat to some of the best live theatre straight from Broadway! This streaming video collection brings together some of the most recent Broadway hits like Buried Child and Falsettos alongside classics like Ceremony of Innocence. UCI Anteaters might not be able to travel to Broadway to watch live theatre regularly, but they can certainly learn from, study, and enjoy these wonderful recordings to prepare them for their bright careers.
Introducing the Thieme Clinical Collection
Thieme Clinical Collections provide online access to Thieme’s renowned book program in clinical medicine. This collection includes over 100 ebooks carefully selected to provide the students, researchers, and clinicians at UCI with thorough coverage of all major medical fields. Specialties include neurosurgery, plastic surgery, radiology, a variety of co-publications with the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, orthopedic surgery, otolaryngology, audiology, neurology, internal medicine, ophthalmology, and more.
Oxford Research Encyclopedia (ORE): Latin American History
The ORE: Latin American History is a comprehensive digital research encyclopedia that describes Latin America’s peoples and experiences from pre-Columbian to contemporary times. The resource contains substantive articles which are peer-reviewed by certified experts of the topic, and regularly revised and monitored by experts to ensure fresh and timely updates reflect new insights. As a digitally native resource, ORE: Latin America History also incorporates multimedia, including images, links, and audiovisual clips, which allow readers to explore in greater depth the richly diverse history and cultures of Latin America.
Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Since June 2018, UCI Libraries has provided a campus-wide academic site license to the NYTimes.com. If you have a UCInetID you can sign up for a free account and access content from The New York Times from 1851 to today. This includes all multimedia (video, photography, VR features) as well as the Spanish and Mandarin versions of the NYTimes.com, and California Today (a daily update for readers interested in California). In four months, we’ve had almost 3,000 people create an account and view over 183,000 articles.