An introduction to Cambridge Collections Online…
Full online access to collections of classic and newly-published scholarly titles in PDF format
Contains the Cambridge Companions to literature, philosophy, religion, classics and culture initially; more collections in subject areas will be added soon
Over 2,000 essays and close to 70,000 individual pages currently available
Over 250 Companions offer lively, accessible introductions to major writers, artists, philosophers, topics and periods
Each collection is automatically updated with new titles as soon as they become available
Or browse each collection individually Cambridge Collections Online home page From the home page you may search across the collections using the quick or advanced search… Once logged in, your institution/individual name and subscription details will be listed on the home page
Guides to further reading, enabling students to explore key ideas in greater depth.
Invaluable as both a teaching and research tool, this new online collection offers unbeatable functionality, making it an essential purchase for any library with an interest in the humanities.
Shakespeare Survey is a yearbook of Shakespeare studies and production Shakespeare Survey Online , launched in early 2007, makes all issues of the Survey available online for the first time. All new editions will be added as they are published. Accessible through a fully searchable interface, users can browse by author, essay and volume, search by play, theme and topic and bookmark their results. Personalisation features are also available allowing lecturers to create shared workspaces for students, enhancing and developing course materials and for students to set up their own study space. Lectrix is a powerful online tool designed to help students read Greek and Latin texts in the original language by providing them with all the information required to actively construe a text at the click of a mouse. Four Greek and four Latin texts are on offer. The main focus of the interface is on the text, which is complemented by a range of study tools. Invaluable for self-study, equally at home in the classroom, this collaborative project between the Faculty of Classics, University of Cambridge and Cambridge University Press is a must have resource.
Orlando is a comprehensive electronic textbase relating to women’s writing in the British Isles, from the earliest times to today. It offers a wealth of biographical and critical information on more than 850 British women writers (including over 20,000 bibliographical listings), together with related entries on literary and historical events, male writers and non-British women writers. Orlando also includes entries on living writers and is updated at regular intervals with new information relating to past and present events. A major tool for understanding the American past; the online edition has been designed to give users a variety of means to search and navigate the vast amount of data in the Historical Statistics. Users will be able to graph individual tables or to combine data from different tables into “custom tables” and to download tables for use in spreadsheets and other applications.
Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy Online: Home Get background on your subject with overview entries on major world religions, time periods, regions, and themes such as Metaphysics and Politics Use navigation links to access A-Z article lists, subject searches, help, and advanced search
Homepage: Convenient Features Search using the quick search box Or search/browse using the provided links Browse using the menu or perform an advanced search
The World at Your Fingertips… Europa World and Europa World Plus This interactive online database combines the full content of the renowned Europa World Year Book and Europa Regional Surveys of the World . www.europaworld.com Cross-search ten of the most trusted reference works in the realm of international affairs—in moments!
Meet Europa World Plus! — The Home Page Routledge/Taylor & Francis navigate search key features Access this unparalleled collection of global data through a multitude of entry points Home Page continually updated, with hyperlinks to further data
The classic Europa biographical annual —now updated throughout the year… The International Who’s Who EUROPA BIOGRAPHICALS
Navigate The International Who’s Who Type a query in the box for a quick search Or use the convenient links on the menu bar Sidebar links to entries on people in the news and current birthdays
Present… The Armed Conflict Database www.iiss.org
Easy to use interface with integrated search capabilities
Wide range of subjects available
Seamless delivery of information direct to your desktop with printing and saving options
WSPC ebooks are downloadable PDF versions of our print books. The World Scientific ebooks platform was launched in 2006 at ebooks.worldscinet.com . To date, we have more than 2,300 ebooks online from across all subject areas .
With a diverse array of titles spanning 16 subject areas, World Scientific eBooks seeks to satisfy a demand for high quality academic content on an electronic platform. We understand industry trends as well as library requirements and have developed a product to cater to these needs.
Delivering essential research information online, our platform comes with the following features:
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