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On trial: Emerald Insight Expert Briefings

We are pleased to bring you trial access to Emerald Insight Expert Briefings. Expert Briefings are created by independent geopolitical analysis and advisory firm Oxford Analytica. The content explores the implications and impact of global emerging trends and developments, capturing the impartial analysis and commentary of independent leaders and academics on political, social and economic …

Easter Break key resources 

Do you have an essay to write over vacation? Or perhaps you’re preparing for an exam? In this blog, we share some of the tips for finding resources, accessing study space and preparing for exams and assessments.   Library Subject Guides  Our subject guides are designed to help you locate key resources specific to your subject …

On trial: National Theatre Collection 2

We bring you trial access to the National Theatre Collection 2. We already have ongoing access to the first 30 productions in the National Theatre Collection. Collection 2 offers an additional 20 high-quality video productions featuring fresh takes on the classics and compelling performances. Turn of the Century Plays for Contemporary Audiences Hedda Gabler Julie …

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On trial: BioDigital Human

We are pleased to you trial access to BioDigital Human. BioDigital Human is an interactive 3D software platform for visualizing anatomy, disease, and treatment, with over 600 health conditions. The software can: Create content aligned with educational objectives using intuitive authoring tools Hide structures to isolate essential anatomy and apply paint and effects to emphasise …

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On trial: Digital National Security Archive

We are pleased to bring you trial access to Digital National Security Archive. Digital National Security Archive is a comprehensive collection of declassified primary documents central to U.S. foreign and military policy since 1945. Collections cover the most critical world events, countries, and U.S. policy decisions from post-World War II through the 21st century. More …

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Sustainability Action Week: Recycling library books to reduce waste

We regularly remove books from our library shelves, for example to make space for new editions of titles or because we’ve worked with academics to identify items which are no longer required to support teaching and research. This year’s Annual Library Book Stock Review has just opened. As it’s Sustainability Action Week, we thought we’d remind you …

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On trial: British Online Archives

We are pleased to bring you trial access to the British Online Archives (BOA) database. The BOA is a huge collection of primary source documents for students and researchers in the humanities and social sciences. The database hosts over 4 million records from both public and private archives, covering 1,000 years of history. There are …

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On trial: Adam Matthew collections

Until 4 April, Adam Matthew have opened up extended access to the following collections:  Defining Gender, 1450-1910 East India Company Empire Online Foreign Office Files for India, Pakistan, and Afghanistan 1947-1980 Macmillan Cabinet Papers, 1957-1963  Mass Observation Online, Modules I-IV  Mass Observation Project, 1981-2009  Medieval Travel Writing  Research Methods Primary Sources Defining Gender, 1450-1910 explores …

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On trial: Confidential Print: Middle East 1839-1969

We are pleased to bring you trial access to Confidential Print: Middle East 1839-1969. This collection is sourced from The National Archives, Kew, and contains material that was issued by the British Government between 1820 and 1970. Within the collection are letters, telegrams, comprehensive dispatches, and texts of treaties. It covers the countries of the Levant, …

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On trial: Moscow News Digital Archive

We are pleased to bring you trial access to Moscow News Digital Archive. Moscow News (published 1930-2014) was the oldest English-language newspaper in Russia. In its early years, it largely served as a tool for propaganda. However, starting in the 1980s, it evolved into an influential independent resource and a strong proponent of Gorbachev’s policies of …

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