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Encyclopaedia Britannica (UK) Ltd
The Encyclopaedia Britannica Academic Edition online offers a unique educational experience – rigorously curated, peer-enhanced learning. Research confidently with Britannica Online Academic Edition with expert information and a host of research tools designed to support advanced study. Delivering clear, current and correct material (articles, images, videos, eBooks and journal articles) – all clearly cited and referenced, providing research for undergraduates, graduates and faculty. Encyclopædia Britannica has recently launched Britannica Image Quest, an online image library which contains images from the world’s best image providers including National Geographic, Getty Images, National History Museum and many more. This easy-to-use online portal provides quick access to rights-cleared high-quality images. The combined agreement offers subscribers a 5% discount.
Institute of Historical Research
British History Online is a non-profit digital library of the core printed primary and secondary sources of British history from 1100 to the mid-twentieth century, with a focus on the medieval and early modern period. The free content consists of approximately 950 volumes. The Premium Content allows access to an additional 184 volumes, which include: the Calendar of State Papers; Domestic and the Calendars of State Papers for Scotland and Ireland; the Calendars of Border Papers; the Calendars of Home Office Papers of George III; the Parliament Rolls of Medieval England; the National Archives Calendar of Close Rolls; the Calendars of the Committee for the Advancement of Money; and the Calendars of the Committee for Compounding. The online calendar texts are fully searchable, and access to their original page scans is also available for subscribers. The premium content can be searched and browsed seamlessly alongside the free content.
British Standards Ltd
BSOL is a teaching, research and study tool for a broad range of courses and disciplines. By embedding standards into course curricula, students are prepared for the demands of the commercial world by helping them make the transition into employment. BSOL is used by professionals around the world and it is a comprehensive source of draft, current and withdrawn British standards as well as adopted European and international standards. BSOL includes a full range of technical and business content and covers a broad range of disciplines for all industry sectors. Updated daily, this growing resource currently contains the full text (PDFs) of more than 60,000 standards and books accessible 24/7 directly from a desktop.
BrowZine is a service for mobile devices that arranges a library's scholarly e-journals by subject in a news-stand format. The result is an easy way for users to discover, browse and read scholarly e-journals.
Cambridge University Press
Cambridge Books Online is the main eBook platform of Cambridge University Press, offering straightforward user-friendly access to over 24,000 titles. Titles are available in almost every major academic and professional subject, with both backlist and frontlist well represented.
Cambridge University Press
Cambridge University Press is the printing and publishing house of the University of Cambridge. The Press is the oldest publishing house in the world, recently celebrating 425 years of continuous publishing. CUP is a not-for-profit publisher and its mission is to advance learning, knowledge and research worldwide. CUP currently publishes 341 journals and over 2,500 books annually. Key areas covered by CUP journals are mathematics, physical sciences, environment and conservation, agriculture, neuroscience and biomedicine, history, area studies, language and linguistics, and political science and international relations.
University of Kent
The British Cartoon Archive is a library, archive and gallery dedicated to the history of British cartooning over the last two hundred years. Located at the University of Kent in Canterbury, it holds the national collection of cartoons of political and social comment published in British newspapers and magazines. The British Cartoon Archive Digitisation Project funded by JISC through its Digitisation Programme, has digitised the Carl Giles Archive, the single most important archive of British newspaper cartoons, and a key resource for British political and social history that has never before been open to the public. Thanks to this funding, staff, students and researchers at colleges and universities in the UK will be able to access and use the entire Giles Collection of 15,000 cartoon images, with some 5,000 pages of related paperwork, free of charge for educational purposes.
Cell Press, an imprint of Elsevier, publishes biology research and reviews. Cell Press journals include the flagship journal Cell, Neuron, Immunity, Molecular Cell, Developmental Cell, Cancer Cell, Current Biology, Structure, Chemistry & Biology, Cell Metabolism, Cell Host & Microbe and Cell Stem Cell.
This package for Museum and Gallery libraries comprises the Times Digital Archive, 19th Century British Library Newspapers, and the Burney Collection. Times Digital Archive: The Times Digital Archive 1785-1985 provides convenient access to a library of back issues of this renowned newspaper online. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Users can now cross search 2.2 million pages from 48 nineteenth century national and regional newspapers. The Burney Collection: This resource provides access to 1 million pages from 1,270 parliamentary papers, pamphlets, proclamations, newsbooks, and newspapers published in England, Ireland and Scotland between 1600-1800.
This package for Museum and Gallery libraries comprises the Times Digital Archive, 19th Century British Library Newspapers and The Burney Collection. The Times Digital Archive 1785-1985 provides convenient access to a library of back issues of this renowned newspaper online. 19th Century British Library Newspapers users can now cross search 2.2 million pages from 48 nineteenth century national and regional newspapers. The Burney Collection provides access to 1 million pages from 1,270 parliamentary papers, pamphlets, proclamations, newsbooks and newspapers published in England, Ireland and Scotland between 1600-1800.