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On trial: British Library Newspapers parts III – V

The British Library Newspapers series offers researchers access to four centuries of national and regional newspapers, supporting research in history, literature, Victorian studies, genealogy, fine arts, finance and economics, political science, and more. We already have access to British Library Newspapers Parts I and II (1800-1900), and 17th-18th Century Burney Collection Newspapers. These collections were …

Your chance to recommend more ebooks

You’re already helping to select the ebooks that we buy. Here’s another opportunity for you to help us choose books from a leading academic publisher. We’re delighted to bring you trial access to Elgaronline, the online content platform for Edward Elgar Publishing (EEP). EEP is an international academic and professional publisher with a strong focus …

An interview with Dr Andrew Harrison, Director of the D.H. Lawrence Research Centre and biographer of D.H Lawrence

In the first of our series about writing and publishing we interviewed Dr Andrew Harrison, Director of the D.H. Lawrence Research Centre in the School of English at the University of Nottingham. Andrew has recently published a biography, The Life of D.H. Lawrence, so we were keen to find out a little bit more about how and why this …

On trial: Mapping the World – Maps and Travel Literature

This month, our friends in History have been looking at ‘Mapping the World: Maps and Travel Literature‘, part of Cengage’s Nineteenth Century Collections Online primary source digitization program. ‘Mapping the World’ includes historic atlases, gazetteers, travel narratives and a variety of maps to offer unique insight into the age of cartography and the rise of …

On trial: AccessEngineering

For the next month, we have trial access to AccessEngineering, an engineering reference tool. The trial gives you access to: Over 650 of McGraw-Hill Education’s world-renowned engineering titles Exclusive self-teaching videos created by leading engineering faculty Curriculum maps designed by leading academics Time-saving calculator tools streamline common calculations and increase accuracy Data Visualisation Tools via DataVis …

Better World Books update

Around this time last year to coincide with World Book Day, we told you about our relationship with Better World Books (BWB) which turns our withdrawn library stock into funds to support our chosen Literacy Partner, Read International. We’re celebrating World Book Day again today and there’s lots going on across our libraries. It seemed the ideal …

Library Christmas Cheer with the #singinglibrarian

Back by popular demand, and in case you missed our Singing Librarian last year, here she is again. Happy Christmas one and all! We have so many wonderful festive musical treats in our library collections at the Denis Arnold Music Library , ranging from the heavy duty vocal score Gloria in excelsis Deo (Cantata) for Soprano,Tenor-Solo and …

Trial access – Routledge Historical Resources: History of Feminism

Until 20 December, we have trial access to Routledge Historical Resources: History of Feminism. Use this research tool to study the long nineteenth century (1776–1928) through thematic collections in areas such as Feminism, the History of Economic Thought, Romanticism and Empire. History of Feminism contains primary and secondary resources, including full books, selected chapters, and journal …

Trial access- SAE Mobilus

Until 30th November, we have trial access to SAE MOBILUS. The platform includes over 200,000 resources covering a wide range of technologies all surrounding the aerospace, automotive, and commercial vehicle industries. These content types include: aerospace standards, ground vehicle standards, historical standards, technical papers, eBooks, magazines, and videos. Please note: Access is only available on-campus We’d love to …

Trial access – Telegraph Historical Archive, 1855-2000

Until 21st November, we have trial access to the Telegraph Historical Archive. Researchers and students can perform a full text search across 1 million pages of the newspaper’s backfile from its first issue to the end of 2000, including issues of the Sunday Telegraph from 1961. Over on the Gale blog, the content creation team have …