Call for articles for Spring 2022 issue and beyond:
To assure the committee continues to serve the needs of ANSS members, we ask that you forward resource review suggestions or resources questions to the committee. If you wish to write a resource review or suggest an author, include this in the information shared.
Please find citation information and links to the following resource reviews below.
Tom Durkin, Social Sciences Librarian, UW-Madison. firstname.lastname@example.org
SAGE RESEARCH METHODS DATABASE Reviewed February 2021. see p. 8 (ANSS-Currents, Spring 2021)
Celia Emmelhainz, Anthropology and Qualitative Research Librarian, University of California, Berkeley Library email@example.com
ON SCHOLARLY BOOK AWARDS IN ANTHROPOLOGY Article, September 2020. see p. 10 (ANSS-Currents, Fall 2020)
Beth South, Assistant Librarian of Access & Technical Services, Indiana University East firstname.lastname@example.org
GETTING STARTED WITH KANOPY: FROM TRIAL TO PDA IMPLEMENTATION Reviewed September 2020. see p. 26 (ANSS-Currents, Fall 2020)
Jylisa Doney, Social Sciences Librarian, University of Idaho email@example.com
DATA.CENSUS.GOV Reviewed: September 2020. see p. 15 (ANSS-Currents, Fall 2020)
Carolyn McCallum, Cataloging Librarian for Nonprint Resources and liaison to Anthropology, Z. Smith Reynolds Library, Wake Forest University firstname.lastname@example.org; Carol Cramer Head of Collection Management and liaison to Linguistics and Interpreting and Translation Studies Z. Smith Reynolds Library, Wake Forest University email@example.com
LINGUISTICS AND LANGUAGE BEHAVIOR ABSTRACTS (LLBA) Reviewed: February 2020. see p. 14 (ANSS-Currents, Spring 2020)
Virginia A. Pierce, Public Services Librarian, South Carolina State Library firstname.lastname@example.org
FOLKSTREAMS: A NATIONAL PRESERVE OF AMERICAN FOLKLORE FILMS Reviewed: February 2020. see p. 11 (ANSS-Currents, Spring 2020)
Wade Kotter, Social Sciences and Music Librarian, Weber State University email@example.com
RESEARCHING ETHNOMUSICOLOGY IN MUSIC DATABASES Reviewed: August 2019. see p. 15 (ANSS-Currents, Fall 2019)
Tom Durkin Anthropology, Folklore, & Sociology Librarian University of Wisconsin-Madison firstname.lastname@example.org
FAMILY AND SOCIETY STUDIES WORLDWIDE DATABASE (EBSCO) Reviewed: February 2019, see p. 12 (ANSS-Currents, Spring 2019)
Publisher: EBSCO URL: https://www.ebsco.com/products/research-databases/family-society-studies-worldwide
Cost: Institution-specific pricing can be obtained from EBSCO at https://www.ebsco.com/request-information
Helen Clements Associate Professor, Humanities & Social Sciences Division Edmon Low Library, Oklahoma State University email@example.com
ACADEMIC VIDEO ONLINE (AVON) Reviewed: August-September, 2018; briefly revisited February 2019, see p. 17 (ANSS-Currents, Spring 2019)
Publisher: Alexander Street Press URL: https://alexanderstreet.com
Cost: Purchase models available include one-time purchase of the entire package, or demand-driven acquisition. Inquire about consortial pricing. (Additional details below.)
Coverage Dates: Release/publication dates of videos range from before 1910 to the present; majority of the collection released from 1990 to the present
Nikki Tummon, Liaison Librarian, McGill University Library & Archives, firstname.lastname@example.org
INDIGENOUS CINEMA – NATIONAL FILM BOARD OF CANADA, Reviewed: August 2018, see p. 16 (ANSS-Currents, Fall 2018)
Publisher: National Film Board of Canada
Cost: Free web access
Diane Fulkerson, Director of Information Commons/Library Services, University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee, email@example.com
HOMELAND SECURITY DIGITAL LIBRARY Reviewed: March 2018, see p. 19 (ANSS-Currents, Fall 2018)
Publisher: U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s National Preparedness Directorate, FEMA, and the Naval Postgraduate School Center for Homeland Defense and Security.
Cost: Access to over half the collection is free and open to the general public. The full collection is also free, but access requires an individual or organization-wide account.
Tom Durkin, Anthropology, Folklore, & Sociology Librarian, University of Wisconsin-Madison, firstname.lastname@example.org
TDAR: THE DIGITAL ARCHAEOLOGICAL RECORD, Reviewed: March 2018, see p.22 (ANSS-Currents, Spring 2018)
Publisher: Digital Antiquity (https://www.digitalantiquity.org/
Cost: Searching is open to any user. Downloading content is free for registered users. The database has no registration fee. Uploading new content costs $10 per file (up to 99 files) and $5 per file for uploading over 99 files. Coverage Dates: The database web site does not explicitly describe the overall coverage of the database.
Virginia Pierce, Public Services Librarian, South Carolina State Library, VPierce@statelibrary.sc.gov
DIGITAL ARCHAEOLOGICAL ARCHIVE OF COMPARATIVE SLAVERY (DAACS) Reviewed: March 2018, p 25 (ANSS-Currents, Spring 2018)
Publisher: The Thomas Jefferson Foundation
Cost: Free web access
Coverage Dates: The database web site does not explicitly describe the overall coverage of the database.