Digital Library 2015 New Resources

newIn addition to all the individual print and electronic books and journals that were added to Library collections during the course of last year, a number of significant online resources have been made available.

The Library announces all new online resources via the E-Library blog as soon as they come online, but as we head into a new academic session we thought it useful to highlight the significant online purchases made to date during 2015.

All resources are accessible via the Library Catalogue and Electronic Library.

E-book Packages


  • Anthropology 1993-2013 Archive & 2014 Collections
  • Classical Literature Archive 1994-2012
  • Classical Studies & Archaeology 2013 & 2014 Collections
  • History 2014 Collection
  • Literary Studies 2013 & 2014 Collections
  • Philosophy 2013 & 2014 Collections
  • Shakespeare Archive 2003-2012 Collections

Brill: International Law & Human Rights 2014 Collection

EBSCO: Education Ebook Collection

Elgar: Law 2014 Collection

Health Press Facts: ebook collection


  • Business & Management 2015
  • Economics & Finance 2015
  • History 2014 & 2015
  • International Relations & Development 2014 & 2015 Collections
  • Literature 2015
  • Media & Culture 2015
  • Politics 2014 & 2015 Collections
  • Social Sciences 2014 & 2015
  • Theatre & Performance 2013-2015 Collections


 Journal Packages

ACM Digital Library

American Physiological Society – Journals Digital Library

  • Upgrade to full package: all 10 APS journals plus 2 review journals

Annual Reviews

Brill Journals Package: Humanities, Social Sciences, International Law and selected Sciences

British Periodicals Collection III – ‘Great Eight’ illustrated periodicals of early 19th Century

Environment & Planning journal archive: A-E (from first issue through 2003)

IOS Press Journals

JSTOR Arts & Sciences XII, XIII & XIV Collections

Maney Journals Package

  • Archaeology,Conservation & Heritage Collection
  • History, Literature and Culture Collection

Nature – additional content

  • New titles: Protocols & Reviews Molecular Cell Biology
  • Archives: Nanotechnology, Photonics, Physics

Palgrave Macmillan Journal Package: Health, Business & Social Sciences

Progress in Human Geography & progress in Physical Geography: journal backfiles

Research Synthesis Methods

SIAM Journals

Taylor & Francis Journals Backfiles: selected content from HASS / STEM areas

Wiley Journal Backfiles: Humanites, Social Sciences and Sciences & Medicine


Research Databases / Resources

Agcensus: agricultural census dataset

American Film Scripts Online

BMJ Best Practice

British Online Archives – Papers of Charles Bradlaugh

Dictionary of Irish Biography

Drama Online

Empire Online

Encyclopedia of Language & Linguistics

First World War Archives: two new modules added:

  • Propaganda and Recruitment
  • Visual Perspectives and Narratives


Loeb Library of Latin texts

Marketline Advantage

Oxford Bibliographies Online: Classics

Oxford Handbooks Online

  • Business & Management
  • Classical Studies
  • Criminology
  • Economics & Finance
  • History
  • Literature
  • Philosophy
  • Politics
  • Religion

Oxford Islamic Studies Online

Oxford Legal Research Library

Proquest Dissertations and Theses

World Treaty Library


News & Newspaper resources

Artemis Primary Sources: brings together Gale’s primary source collections for cross searching. The resources integrated into Artemis are:

  • Eighteenth Century Collections Online (ECCO)
  • Nineteenth Century Collections Online (NCC)
  • Burney Newspaper Collection (17th-18thCentury Burney Collection Newspapers)
  • Nineteenth Century British Library Newspapers
  • Nineteenth Century UK Periodicals Online
  • Financial Times Historical Archive
  • Illustrated London News Historical Archive
  • Times Digital Archive
  • Times Literary Supplement Historical Archive

Daily Mail Historical Archive 1896-2004

Foreign Broadcast Information Service Daily Reports 1941-1996

Proquest Historical Newspapers:

  • Chinese Newspaper Collection
  • Irish Times and Irish Weekly
  • Times of India


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