Electronic Resource Trials

This page serves as a way for the Library to receive feedback from you about proposed new products. Budgetary restrictions make it impossible for us to acquire all of the electronic resources that we try out so your input is helpful in determining our priorities.

Trials are listed chronologically by expiration date.

Last updated January 20, 2015



  • WindowsWear PRO

    Trial Period:  7/15/2014-4/15/2015


    Preferred browsers:  Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. 

    Browser not recommended:  Internet Explorer

    Top designers, retailers, brands, vendors, and universities use WindowsWear PRO http://pro.windowswear.com for competitive research, inspiration, and trends on the world's fashion visual displays and marketing strategies. WindowsWear PRO covers the windows of the world's fashion capitals including New York City, Paris, Milan, London, Barcelona, L.A., Hong Kong, and more, and has subscribers from around the world.  Glamour says it's "the Google Earth of store windows" and WWD says it "allows merchandisers to keep tabs on global fashion trends in real time". 

    Watch a demo @ http://www.windowswear.com/trends/windowswearpro-english-demo

    Feedback should be directed to Kristina Keogh (kmkeogh@indiana.edu) by April 15, 2015


  • Routledge Handbooks Online

Trial Period:  1/12/2015-3/12/2015


Username: IndianaUni
Password: bloomington

Routledge Handbooks Online offers more than 320 volumes in the Social Sciences and Humanities. 

Feedback should be directed to Collection Development (libcodev@indiana.edu) by March 12, 2015


  • Teatro Español del Siglo de Oro

Trial Period:  1/20/2015-2/19/2015


Teatro Español del Siglo de Oro offers digital access to full-text works by 16 major authors, including Lope de Vega, Miguel de Cervantes, Calderón de la Barca, and Tirso de Molina.

Feedback should be directed to Luis Gonzalez (luisgonz@indiana.edu) by February 19, 2015


  • BBC Monitoring Library

Trial Period:  1/16/2015-2/15/2015


The BBC Monitoring Library contains more than 3,000 radio, television, press, internet and news agency sources in over 150 countries are monitored to inform the BBC's reporting of political and economic news.  Articles are selected from traditional and new media worldwide, with over one hundred source languages being translated into English to provide a fully searchable digital current affairs resource.

Feedback should be directed to Marion Frank-Wilson (mfrankwi@indiana.edu) by February 15, 2015