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The following databases are newly acquired or being evaluated for a future subscription.
Trial
The UI Library is offering trial access to DETAIL Inspiration. The database is continually updated with online versions of the latest print issues, allowing users to search through the last 30 years of articles covering over 3,000 projects from around the world.

DETAIL Inspiration uses precise, relevant visual inspirations to support searches for construction solutions.

Users can browse by

building types (e.g. stores, factories, galleries, museums, colleges, libraries, hospitals, hotels, homes, places of worship, courthouses)
materials (bricks, ceramics, concrete, glass, stone, metal),
topics (stairs, roofs, interiors, facades, high-rises),
locations (countries listed alphabetically from Australia to Vietnam),
years (1949 to the present).

TRIAL ACCESS THROUGH OCTOBER 10, 2018
  • Resouce Available to UI Students, Faculty, Staff Only
New
The Working Papers contain the initial reports of NBER researchers in a series of scientific papers aimed at other professional economists around the world. Nearly 700 NBER Working Papers are published each year, and many subsequently appear in scholarly journals.

These papers have not gone through a review process. The database provides access to preliminary NBER research to encourage discussion and suggestions before final publication.
  • Resouce Available to UI Students, Faculty, Staff Only
New
First-time users must enter a UI-affiliated email address to set up an account with Safari.
If you have already set up an account, click on 'Already a user? Click here.' and log in with your Safari username and password.

Safari provides access to leading titles in business, technology, communications, management, design, marketing, leadership, sales, and operations. Content includes thousands of books, videos, expert-curated courses, and interactive learning environments.
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