• Trial Online Resources

  • The Barber Library frequently tests new online resources to ensure that faculty and students have the best resources available for instruction, learning, and research. Check out the latest offerings and send us your feedback!

    Send feedback or your suggestions for online resource suggestions to Cat Finney ( cfinney@cocc.edu), Associate College Librarian for Collections and Acquisitions.

    Current Trials


    Trial expires May 30

    Statista.com integrates data on over 80.000 topics from over 18.000 sources onto a single platform. Categorized into 21 market sectors, Statista.com provides companies, business customers, research institutions, and the academic community with direct access to quantitative data on media, business, finance, politics, and a wide variety of other areas of interest or markets. While access to some of the data available on Statista.com is free; given the exclusivity and specificity of many statistics, a Premium Account is required to access much of the platform.

    Data sources include market research reports, such as the Ipsos Affluent Survey published annually by Ipsos Media, Simmons National Consumer Studies and Consumer Insights from Scarborough Research, as well as trade publications, scientific journals, and government databases.

    Mango Languages

    Trial expires May 26

    • Over 60 foreign languages and 17 ESL courses
    • Over 30 specialty courses: This includes academic-specific courses (e.g. Medical Spanish, Biblical Hebrew, Legal Spanish), endangered languages (e.g. Tuvan), and fun courses to engage students throughout the year (e.g. Oktoberfest, St. Patrick's Day)
    • Mango Premiere: The first language-learning through full-featured films product with over 20 award-winning international film
    • PhD-created and linguist approved Intuitive Language Construction methodology (includes vocabulary, grammar, pronunciation, and culture learning
    • Free mobile apps for iPhone, Android, Kindle, Nook and iPad

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