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This online reference for microbiology is the most authoritative description of bacterial and archaeal diversity available. Bergey’s provides descriptions of the taxonomy, systematics, ecology, physiology and other biological properties of all described prokaryotic taxa.
Fashion and Race Database This link opens in a new window
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Alternate Name(s) FRD
The Fashion and Race Database is a dynamic learning platform that examines the history and impact of race in the fashion system and our everyday life. This resource reveals the inextricable link between race, power, privilege and aesthetics through eBooks, films & documentaries, lectures & panels, podcasts, scholarly articles, and more.
Washington Post Digital Subscription This link opens in a new window
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Campus members can get a free digital Washington Post subscription via the library. Click on the link to get started. You will need to use your ‘@stumail.jccc.edu’ or ‘@jccc.edu' email to register an account. Once you've registered, you will receive a verification email. Follow the instructions in the verification email, then return to the Washington Post website. Click on your name, which will appear in the upper right-hand corner of the page. Click on My Post, then click on Manage Account on the right-hand side. Under Account, select the Subscription & Billing tab. Click the "Activate Free Digital Access" button. You should receive a success message. You can now use the login credentials you created to login to the WaPost website or app. Staff will need to do this once a year, students once while at JCCC.
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