Category Archives: Databases

Art Source Database Renamed

TCU Library’s core visual arts research database, Art Source, has a new name! As of November 1, 2016 Art Source will be retitled in the TCU Library list of databases to Art & Architecture Source.

Our apologies for this mid-semester inconvenience. Note, EBSCO Industries has not changed the scope or the content of Art Source, just its name.

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Database Trial through September 28: Primal Pictures Human Anatomy

Nursing and other students of anatomy will find our trial database Primal Pictures Human Anatomy  of interest. It provides medically accurate and detailed 3D graphic rendering of human anatomy. After selecting a portion of the anatomy to study in detail, options include 3D rotational images of multiple layers, slides, MRIs, and movies. Layers will begin with bone, and move up through systems such as muscles, nerves, tendons, ligaments, circulatory system, etc. Every still image can be rotated, and each segment has a label which is visible on mouse-over. Trial runs through September 28.

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American Civil War

If you are an American Civil War buff, then you will want to check out the newly updated databases.
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Free eCollection of 9/11 books during September

2011 marks the 10th anniversary of 9/11.
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Classical Music Library meets punk

New offerings in Music Online include Sex Pistols, Chicago, Iggy Pop and several other pop artists.
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