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Easily find peer-reviewed research across 11 subject areas such as business, healthcare and education. Includes full-text access to a collection of 185 interdisciplinary journals and over 5,900 reference works.
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This collection includes more than 600 films focusing on both current and hard-to-find commercial titles. It includes Hollywood blockbusters, literary adaptations, Academy Award winners, animated feature films and more!
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Shining a light on the history of cinema, this collection of more than 1,000 films covers the best of the silent era, groundbreaking international directors and contemporary films from around the world.
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Develop your professional and creative skills through a wide variety of training videos and courses. All SFC faculty, staff, and students have unlimited access to LinkedIn Learning’s library of over 16,000 courses, certificates and instructional content.

Check out the SFC guide to LinkedIn Learning for more info.
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More than 80 short videos covering Information Literacy principles such as finding, evaluating, and using information. The videos are organized into interactive Learning Modules and answer questions like "How do I choose a topic?" "Where do I find information?" and "How do I evaluate sources?"
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Psychiatry Online provides digital access to major psychiatry reference materials and journals. This includes DSM-5, psychiatric textbooks, and The American Journal of Psychiatry.

To access DSM-5 directly, click here.
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Complete archive of The Rolling Stone magazine (covers 1967-present). One of the most influential 20th-21st century magazines with articles covering popular music and wider popular culture.
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