Database Trials

Library database trials provide temporary access to new resources so that the Brandeis community can try out a resource and evaluate its content, functionality, and value. These trials are time sensitive, lasting on average up to 30 days. We encourage the Brandeis community to utilize these trials and provide feedback.

If you would like to suggest an e-resource for purchase, trial, or to add to the wishlist, please submit via the E-Resource Request Form below. Questions? Please contact libacq@brandeis.edu.

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Qwest TV EDU

With more than 1,000 video offerings, Qwest TV (co-founded by Quincy Jones) is bringing some of the most powerful performances in jazz, soul, funk, classical, and global music to students and educators. As part of its Qwest TV EDU initiative, the streaming service will provide carefully curated, culturally significant musical performances to educational institutions free for one year. All videos are available in HD or 4K.

Trial ends: September 30, 2021

Please let us know your feedback on this resource by filling out this trial evaluation form. (Note: Login to your Brandeis account before clicking on the link.)

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A&AePortal

The Art & Architecture ePortal (A&AePortal) is an authoritative ebook resource that features important works of scholarship in the history of art, architecture, decorative arts, photography, and design. With innovative functionality and extensive metadata, the site includes many out-of-print titles, key backlist, and recent releases from some of the world’s finest academic and museum publishers.

 Trial ends: January 21, 2021

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Talmud Yerushalmi database

Includes the Academy of Hebrew Language's edition of the Talmud Yerushalmi (searchable by column/row, Mischna, word, subject, and comment) and citations to references to the Talmud Yerushalmi in early commentaries, including medieval rabbinical literature and Geniza fragments.

Trial ends: December 1, 2020

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