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BrowZine is a service that allows you to browse, read and follow scholarly journals in a beautiful visual display.
With BrowZine, you can:
• Browse and read journals: Browse thousands of top journals by subject, easily review tables of contents, and download full articles.
• Stay Current with My Bookshelf: Create a personal bookshelf of titles to follow and receive new article notifications.
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The collections include over 26,000 titles; all monographs, dissertations, and academic textbooks in more than 70 subject areas in the Humanities and Social Sciences. AFTER YOUR SEARCH, FILTER FOR "ALL ACCESSIBLE CONTENT" TO ACCESS TITLES IN THE TRIAL.
The full-text counterpart to EconLit, the American Economic Association's authoritative index for economic literature.
In addition to all 1.5 million records available in EconLit, this database provides full text for key economic journals
The Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception (EBR) is a comprehensive reference work devoted to the Bible and its reception.
As its foundation, the encyclopedia contains the most up-to-date information on the origins and development of the Bible in the canons of Judaism and Christianity. It then documents the history of biblical interpretation and reception, not only in Christianity and Judaism, but also in Islam and other non-Western religious traditions and movements.
During World War II, the US Army administered more than 200 surveys to over half a million American troops to discover what they thought and how they felt about the conflict and their military service. The surviving collection of studies is now accessible to the public for the first time at The American Soldier in World War II. Browse and search over 65,000 pages of uncensored, open-ended responses handwritten by servicemembers, view and download survey data and original analyses, read topical essays by leading historians, and access additional learning resources.
Drew University faculty, students and staff have free access to the Wall Street Journal online edition courtesy of the Library.

Once you login with your Drew email and the password you created, you can stay logged in every time you access the site.

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