Readex introduces new digital collections for both STEM and humanities courses

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Readex is pleased to announce a diverse array of new digital collections for teaching and research across the humanities and increasingly studied STEM fields. To learn more, visit Readex at booth 2525 during the American Library Association annual conference or use the links below to request more information.


Origins of Modern Science and Technology

Global Perspectives from the CIA Archives

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Featuring these five individually available products:

Computing and Artificial Intelligence

Global Origins of the Digital Age

Climate Science and Sustainability

Global Origins of Modern Environmentalism

Aeronautics and Space Flight

Global Origins of Modern Aviation and Rocketry

Morality and Science

Global Origins of Modern Bioethics

Nuclear Energy

Global Origins of Energy Resource Management in the Atomic Age

 


 

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American Children’s Books, Series 1-3, 1654-1819

Nearly every printed work, including books for entertainment, instruction, education, devotion, and play

American Sermons, Series 1 & 2, 1652-1819

Nearly every printed work, including sermons on politics, society, religion, and family life

Native American Indians, 1645-1819

Every major book printed in North America about Native Peoples

The three new products above all feature text and data analysis tools, suggested search paths for easy browsing and discovery, and author biographies.

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Early American Newspapers, Series 16, 1800-1877: Industry and the Environment

Titles selected for their coverage of the environmental impact of industry, war, and urban pollution

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