Thursday, 19 June 2014

Early European Books - new onlne resource

Early European Books is a comprehensive digitised collection of works printed in Europe between 1450-1700. It is based on the holdings of a variety of major European libraries and provides full-colour, facsimile images scanned directly from the original printed sources. This wonderful resource provides researchers with new ways of accessing and exploring the printed record of early modern Europe, drawing together a diverse array of sources including rare and previously hard to access material.
Early European Books is available on and off campus from the library home page Select the link to databases and you can access this resource from the A-Z list.

New electronic resource - Vogue Archive

The Library now provides access to The Vogue archive which is available on and off campus from the library homepage Select the link to  databases and access the archive from the A-Z list.
The Vogue archive provides full text access to the complete run of US Vogue from 1892 to the most recent edition. It contains over 400,000 pages produced as high resolution full colour images. It is an excellent resource for those researching magazine publishing, fashion, photography, literature, advertising, cultural history, gender issues and celebrity.