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It’d be a Crime Not to Use This New Resource!

July 03, 2014

The Library is excited to announce that it has upgraded its Criminal Justice Abstracts subscription to Criminal Justice Abstracts with Full Text.

The Library is excited to announce that it has upgraded its Criminal Justice Abstracts subscription to Criminal Justice Abstracts with Full Text. The upgrade will add over 150 online journal titles to the Library’s collection, making students’ research that much easier and more comprehensive. Even better, U-Search includes these resources when you are searching for information across multiple databases. Criminal Justice Abstracts with Full Text includes information relevant to a variety of ASU programs including Criminal Justice, Border and Homeland Security, Security Studies, Social Work, Sociology, and Psychology. While this resource makes completing relevant assignments a steal, be sure not to plagiarize and also always cite your sources!

With online, full text information becoming much more prevalent and preferred by students, “old fashioned” indexes used to locate information in print-based resources are becoming less utilized. This trend has been exhibited by the decline in the use of Biography and Genealogy Master Index over past years. Due to the resource no longer being cost effective and the availability of other resources and searching options, the Library has discontinued its subscription to this resource.

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