• NEW: Sociology Source Ultimate. Release
date: September 2016. Scholarly full-text,
peer-reviewed journals and global content
to support successful sociology research.
Gale (800-877-4253; gale.
• NEW: American Fiction, 1774–1920.
Release date: March 2016. American Fiction, 1774–1920 encompasses more than
17,500 works of prose fiction written by
Americans from the political beginnings
of the U.S through WWI, including thousands never before available online. This
landmark digital collection is based on authoritative bibliographies.
• NEW: Archives of Human Sexuality and
Identity, Part I: LGBTQ History and Culture
since 1940. Release date: February 2016.
Archives of Human Sexuality and Identity,
the largest program available in support
of the study of sexuality and identity, enables scholars to make new connections in
queer history and activism, cultural studies,
psychology, health, political science, policy
studies, and other related areas of research.
• NEW: Gale Researcher. Release date: rollout
through fall 2016. This intuitive research
platform and curriculum tool will provide
college students with peer-reviewed articles, bibliographies, images, and streaming
video created and curated to support introductory academic courses in 10 areas of
study. Librarians can demonstrate direct,
customizable support for key courses and
provide tools to share and customize the
collection. Students can further explore
topics and find relevant and citable sources
for papers, projects, and presentations.
• NEW: Macmillan Interdisciplinary Handbooks—Gender: Sources, Perspectives and
Methodologies. Release date: March 2016.
The Macmillan Interdisciplinary Handbooks: Gender Series is composed of 10
e-book volumes (available individually)
that serve undergraduate college students
who have had little or no exposure to gender studies, as well as the curious lay reader.
Other volumes available in 2016 include
Gender: Laughter; Gender: Love; Gender:
Matter; and Gender: Nature.
• NEW: Macmillan Interdisciplinary Handbooks—Philosophy: Sources, Perspectives and
Methodologies. Release date: March 2016.
The 10 e-book volumes of the Macmillan
Interdisciplinary Handbooks: Philosophy
Series introduce undergraduates who are
new to philosophy, as well as the curious lay
readers, to the subject through the lenses of
film, literature, art, science, and other disciplines. Other volumes available in 2016
include Philosophy: Medical Ethics;
Philosophy: Sex and Love; Philosophy: Mind; and
Philosophy: Religion. Volumes are available
individually as well as in the set.
• NEW: Macmillan Interdisciplinary Handbooks—Religion: Sources, Perspectives and
Methodologies. Release date: May 2016. The
Macmillan Interdisciplinary Handbooks:
Religion series is composed of 10 e-book
volumes (available individually) that serve
undergraduate college students who have
had little or no exposure to the study of
religion, as well as the curious lay reader.
Volumes available in 2016 will extend from
Beyond Religion to Material Religion, Social
Religion, Secret Religion, and more.
• NEW: Smithsonian Primary Sources in
U.S. History. Release date: April 2016.
Smithsonian Primary Sources in U.S.
History combines unique and seminal
primary sources—documents, maps, historical objects, and other materials—from
the archives of the Smithsonian and from
Gale’s digital collections. The resource is
designed for use by both teachers and librarians in support of core and advanced
placement U.S.-history programs.
Grey House Publishing (800-562-2139;
• NEW: The Gun Debate: An Encyclopedia of
Gun Control and Gun Rights. Release date:
November 2016. Updated and expanded
coverage includes new entries on recent
gun laws and legislation, coverage of mass
shootings and gun incidents, and new information from the groups who support
gun rights and those who support gun control in the U.S.
• NEW: Privacy Rights in the Digital Age.
Release date: January 2016. This new encyclopedia discusses the practical, political,
psychological, and philosophical challenges
we face as technological advances have
changed the landscape of traditional notions of privacy.
• NEW: This Is Who We Were: In the 1980s.
Release date: October 2016. This new addition to the series provides the reader with a
deeper understanding of day-to-day life in
America from 1980 to 1989.
• NEW: Working Americans, 1880–2016—
Vol. 14: African Americans. Release date:
March 2016. This volume provides real
information on what it has meant to be an
African American from the 1880s to the
• UPDATE: G. O. L. D.: Grey House Online
Databases. The Grey House databases, filled
with business, consumer-health, and education information, are updated monthly.
Well-organized search criteria help the
researcher home in on just the right information. The data can then be sorted and
organized to further enhance research with
just the click of the mouse.
Infobase (800-322-8755; OnlineSales@
• UPDATE: Bloom’s Literature. Release date:
August 2016. The relaunch of Bloom’s Literature will bring an intuitive new design; new,
editorially curated “Topic Centers” to help
users find a starting point for their research;
and a wealth of new content and features
that will enhance the research of great authors and their works throughout history.
• UPDATE: Films On Demand/Classroom
Video On Demand/Access Video On Demand. Release date: January 2016. The
relaunch of Infobase’s streaming-video
products boasts an enhanced platform with
a fully responsive design, enhanced tools,
faster page-load speeds, improved Subject
and Producer browse pages, new browsable
calendar, more customization options, and
improved overall performance.
• UPDATE: Health Reference Center. Release
date: March 2016. The relaunch and upgrade of Health Reference Center includes a
new, intuitive design; new, editorially curated “Topic Centers” to help users find a
starting point for their research; regularly
updated health news articles from Reuters;
thousands of video clips and illustrations;
a wealth of new and updated content; in-depth “Suggested Reading” articles and
“Suggested Searches”; and much more.
• UPDATE: Learn360. Release date: January 2016. Learn360 has relaunched with
a brand-new, state-of-the-art platform that
provides a better and faster overall experience and improved usability. Both the new
design and the addition of many exciting
new features—including a fully responsive
design, improved browsing and searching,
interactive transcripts, custom segments,
new video-playback controls, and a new
Support Center and Admin Portal—allow
users to interact with content more easily
than ever before.
Oxford University Press (800-334-4249,
ext. 6484; firstname.lastname@example.org)
• NEW: Oxford Classical Dictionary. Release
date: March 2016. The Oxford Classical
Dictionary (OCD) is now available online as a dynamic, continuously updated
resource. The new OCD is an enhanced,
freestanding site for this acclaimed title,
featuring monthly updates with new and
revised articles. A highly discoverable site
will ensure that the OCD remains the premier source for authoritative reference on
the ancient world.
• UPDATE: Oxford Clinical Psychology. Release date: January 2016. Oxford Clinical
Psychology is now home to Oxford’s entire
list of clinical-psychology works. The resource has grown to now provide almost
300 titles and counting, covering a range
of specialty areas including Counseling
Psychology; Psychotherapy; and Clinical
Adult, Adolescent, and Child Psychology.
ProQuest (800-521-0600; clients@
• NEW: Historical Statistical Abstracts of the
U.S. (1878–2012). Release date: February
2016. The Historical Statistical Abstracts
of the U. S. offers the opportunity for researchers to look into the past to discover
the economic trends, the social climate, and
the demographic makeup of the U.S. and
easily compare that to current-day trends.
Some 132 years of PDF-based tables will be