The M. Louis Salmon Library has added a number of useful online resources that will offer academic and research value to several disciplines across the UAH campus. The first resource is Cambridge Complete. This collection has over four-hundred multidisciplinary journals and greatly expanding our access to Cambridge University Press's large and vital catalog of academic research. Journals you can now found under Cambridge Journal Online include The Classical Review, Renaissance Quarterly, Psychiatric Bulletin, The Journal of Fluid Mechanics, The Mathematical Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, and many more. Our Cambridge collection how has nearly 1 million articles available. The materials in this collection are also available in Primo Pathfinder. You can also read about the new Read and Publish Agreement with Cambridge University Press. ICPSR (Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research) is an international group of over 700 academic institutions that acts as a global leader in data gathering, access, curation, and analysis. It maintains a searchable data archive of more than 250,000 files of research in the social and behavioral sciences. It hosts 21 specialized collections of data in education, aging, criminal justice, substance abuse, terrorism, and other fields. Early American Newspapers is the single most comprehensive online source of early American newspapers. This collection chronicles the evolution of American history, culture and daily life. It is an unparalleled record of the people, issues and events that shaped America. The Salmon Library's collection is Series 2: New Republic which covers the years 1758-1900. Another online resource that combines primary sources with excellent curation is the The Cold War: Global Perspectives on East-West Tensions, 1945-1991. This invaluable collection of international primary source documents on the Cold War. A fully searchable, digital archive spanning five decades. Useful for a breadth of research that goes far beyond the Cold War itself. On the STEM side of things, there is the SPIE Digital Library of eBooks. SPIE (The International Society for Optical Engineering)'s Digital Library is the most extensive resource available on optics and photonics. The collection includes over four hundred electronic books copyrighted 1989-2021. Also aimed more at science and engineering are three new comprehensive collections of ebooks - covering Computer Science, Engineering, and Intelligence & Robotics Technology - that have been added to our SpringerLink eBook Collection. These collections were published just this year (2021) and are available now. They will soon be added to our Primo Pathfinder catalog. You can see all of our online resources at https://libguides.uah.edu/az.php.