August 2008 Entries
CQ Global Researcher's latest report is on the Arctic.
The clause “Regional languages are part of France’s heritage” will be included in Article 75 of the french constitution.
You can now access films scripts from the American Film Scripts Online database via Voyager instead of searching the database itself. This means there is only one place you need to go to search for film scripts held at this Library, and that is Voyager.
Need help using the Library's databases or tracking down some obscure reference? The Classics & Ancient History Subject Librarian is here to help!
I'm usually based at the General Library, but on Wednesdays you can find me in Room 1.03 (1 Wynyard Street) from 12:00 to 2:00.
Medieval Travel Writing is a database including images of medieval manuscripts, supporting documents and transcriptions, and five editorial essays.
Cambridge Histories Online features over 250 volumes published since the 1960s, including such important works as The Cambridge Ancient History.
Blackwell Reference Online is a searchable collection of online reference books from Blackwell Publishers,, comprising around 300 works in the humanities and social sciences, business and management.
Each individual title will be added to Voyager, the Library Catalogue, in the future.
Major new 18th century resource added to the Library's digital collections.
NetLibrary's book of the month for August is Competition and Development: The Power of Competitive Markets. You have access to this e-book during August.