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Trials are available for review purposes only. Please share your comments and suggestions about these databases by filling out our database evaluation form or contacting the Electronic Resources Unit directly. 
NOTE: Trials are only available on the University of Alabama campus.
SAGE Video none none Currently in Beta and scheduled to have a full collection of videos live in summer 2015, SAGE Video is a series of streaming video collections developed in partnership with leading academics, societies and practitioners to deliver pedagogical collections mapped to disciplinary curricular needs within the social sciences. It combines originally commissioned material with licensed videos in the areas of Education, Media & Communications and Counseling & Psychotherapy.

* Please note that this Beta version is not compatible with Internet Explorer 10.0

Trial extended to June 30, 2015

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MyHeritage Library Edition user created user created MyHeritage Library Edition allows users to discover, share and preserve their family history. Available in several languages, MyHeritage provides access to records from all over the world–including birth, death, military and immigration. Coverage starts from the 16th century and also includes the US and UK federal censuses, historical photographs, wills, government records, yearbooks and passenger lists, among other resources. Researches can access information about specialized topics, social, cultural and political trends or a specific region or topic. New content is added daily.

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Trial ends July 1, 2015

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Pravda Digital Archive none none Pravda ("Truth") was the official voice of Soviet communism and the Central Committee of the Communist Party between 1918 and 1991. This digital archive provides online, full text and image viewing of the newspaper that was required reading by party members during the Soviet era.  Still the official organ of the Russian Federation's Communist Party, it originated in St. Petersburg in 1912 as an underground daily workers' newspaper and soon became the main newspaper of the revolutionary wing of the Russian socialist movement.

Trial ends July 3, 2015

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