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On trial: CABI Global Health

We are pleased to announce a trial of CABI Global Health. We already have access to the archive of this resource and this trial gives us access to more up to date content, which is of particular relevance at this time. CABI Global Health provides a resource for the study, research and practice of regional, …

On trial: ProQuest One Literature

We are pleased to announce trial access for ProQuest One Literature. This database gathers the largest literature collection which includes multi-media resources with a focus on diversity. The resource acts as a single destination for research, learning and teaching with millions of sources. Highlights include: Access to more than 3 million literary criticism citations, dissertations, …

Temporary additional online resources

In addition to the vast range of online resources that we already provide access to via NUsearch, some publishers have offered extended or additional access to their content. We have been updating this blog post as more online resources became available. End dates for this temporary access vary and now that we are in July …

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On trial: Making of the Modern World

We are pleased to announce a trial of The Making of the Modern World This resource covers The Goldsmiths’-Kress Collection 1450-1850 and supports research across various disciplines by looking at trade and wealth and how they contributed to the development of the modern Western world. It gives access to primary sources and rare books, some …

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On trial: Women’s Studies Archive

International Women’s Day (IWD) is a worldwide annual event which celebrates women’s achievements, raises awareness against bias and encourages everyone to take action for equality. To mark IWD on 8 March, we’re pleased to bring you trial access to the Women’s Studies Archive from Gale Cengage. This primary source archive traces the path of women’s …

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On trial: Political Extremism and Radicalism

We are pleased to announce a trial for Political Extremism and Radicalism from Gale Cengage. The archival collections cover a wide range of fringe political movements. It focuses on political extremism and radical thought, with material from groups in the far right and radical left. The collections cover the period from the 1900s to 2010s …

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On trial: Theology, bible and religion resources

We are pleased to bring you trial access to a number of theology and religion resources from a range of publishers (Oxford University Press, Brill, Bloomsbury, and de Gruyter).   Oxford Handbooks Online: Religion Oxford Handbooks Online: Religion provides new essays on critical topics and emerging issues in the study of religion, complementing hundreds of …

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On trial: British Library Newspapers parts III – V

British Library Newspapers consists of collections from the British Library which span over 200 years of newspaper publishing in the U.K. In five parts, this series forms one of the largest collections of regional newspapers from the UK. Titles from England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales have been digitized, providing an alternative voice to the major …

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Trial access: Additional Collections in the Archives of Sexuality & Gender LGBTQ History and Culture since 1940

University of Nottingham Libraries have ongoing access to Gale’s Archives of Sexuality and Gender: LGBTQ History and Culture since 1940, Part I. To mark LGBT+ History Month 2020, we’ve arranged trial access to two further collections within the archive. The trial runs until 4 March. About the Archives The Archives connect students and researchers to …

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Over £11,400 raised to support literacy projects!

Over the summer, we’ve been removing some final copies of low-use books from our libraries and stores in order to improve access to more relevant texts. We’ve worked with our academic community to make decisions about which titles to discard. In this blog post, we want to tell you a bit more about what happens …

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