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Database Trials

Occasionally, TWU Libraries is able to offer temporary access to research databases. This permits students, faculty, and librarians to review them for possible acquisition. TWU Libraries patrons will have temporary access from the TWU campus to these databases trials.

To help the TWU Libraries make decisions about purchasing databases, use this form to let us know what you think of a trial. If you have any questions or have any difficulty using a trial:  Ask-a-Librarian.

  • New Databases
  • Current Trials

    Mango Languages

    Mango Languages creates lovable language-learning experiences for libraries, schools, corporations, government agencies, and individuals.

    This trial runs through April 30, 2016.


    Enter the following credentials: Login: txwu Password: hola

    Pronunciator started in 2010 and currently serves over 1,000 library systems and universities and 50 million library patrons across the United States and Canada.

    This trial runs through May 1, 2016.

    Rosetta Stone

    Rosetta Stone and EBSCO Information Services have combined to offer the first level of Rosetta Stone courses for 30 different languages. Please do not attempt to access higher levels as they are not available during the trial period.

    This trial runs through May 13, 2016.

    Transparent Language

    At the heart of our technology is a research-based and experience-driven methodology designed to help adult learners quickly and clearly master a new language. More so than any other language company, we rely on work from the experts in both linguistics and neuroscience to create products that work - supported by expert research and proven best practices from the nation's leading professional language schools and government agencies.

    This trial runs through May 4, 2016.

    Database Trial Form

    Your Contact Information

    *Required Field
    *Full Name
    *E-mail address
    *Campus Location
    *TWU Status
    *Name of the Database


    Provide us with your comments below. We are interested in response time, journal coverage, percentage of full text articles, design of interface, ease of printing or downloading, etc.

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