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On trial: additional JoVE video content

We are pleased to bring you trial access to JoVE Research  and Education Video collections. JoVE (Journal of Visualized Experiments) is the leading producer of science videos for research, teaching and learning, bringing to life detailed examination of cutting-edge experiments. The videos give an in depth understanding to STEM subjects, increasing student engagement and learning …

On trial: Newspaper resources

We are pleased to bring you trial access to two current newspaper resources.  PressReader offers digital access to over 7,000 newspapers in more than 60 languages. Gale OneFile: News offers full-text access to more than 2,300 major newspapers around the world.   Both trials will run from 1st November for one month. Please send your feedback to the Libraries Collections team: collections@nottingham.ac.uk   

On trial: Medieval and Early Modern Sources Online

Currently available on trial is Medieval and Early Modern Sources Online (MEMSO) from TannerRitchie Publishing. MEMSO covers Britain and its place in the world during the medieval and early modern period (c. 1100-1800). It combines key printed sources for English, Irish, Scottish and Colonial history with original manuscripts. Whether your specialism is political, ecclesiastical, social, …

On trial: Liverpool Shipping Records

We’re pleased to announce a trial for the Liverpool Shipping Records: Imports and Exports, 1820-1900 – Parts 1-4 from the British Online Archives. This collection contains bills of entry derived from official sources, namely the reports and manifests of ships that docked in the port of Liverpool between 1891 and 1900, which are divided into …

On trial: News, Policy & Politics Magazine Archive

We are pleased to bring you trial access to News, Policy & Politics Magazine Archive. This collection of digitized consumer magazines provides rare content dating back to 1918. Primary source material covers social and political topics with diverse political orientations and international perspectives. Research areas also include gender studies, ethnic studies and media history. Titles in …

Reading Well @ UoN Libraries: Books and resources to improve your health and wellbeing

Libraries have worked with colleagues across the University to create a new reading list of books and resources to help improve health and wellbeing. We’ve produced the Reading Well@UoN Libraries reading list with the help of: University of Nottingham Health Service Support and Wellbeing Service University Counselling Service HealthyU The starting point for this list was the …

On trial: Food and Drink in History

We’re pleased to announce a four week trial for Adam Matthew’s Food and Drink in History. This resource charts the history of food and drink from 1514-1980 using material such as cookbooks, government reports, ephemera and films from around the world. It illustrates the main issues like agriculture and nutrition, as well as examining the …

Introduction to online resources

In the coming year, you may be spending more time at home and in your own spaces. Our library teams are working hard to ensure that you have access to a range of fantastic online resources – accessible on and off campus – to support you during this time. Each week until the end of …

NUsearch upgrade – August 2020

The library discovery tool, NUsearch has been upgraded today with some useful new features. Read on to find out more about the new developments. ‘About the topic’ overview Many NUsearch users start their quest for material with short topic searches, often by looking for keywords to help them dive deeper into a subject. This new …

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, …