July 2009 Entries
Twitter designers have incorporated user feedback to enhance the search and discovery aspect of the website.
The United States National Archives has added many of their photographs to Flickr.
The Dictionary of Modern American Philosophers is available online in the Library database Credo Reference
Access to the Women in the National Archive database is now found via Archives Direct, a suite of collections sourced from the National Archives in Kew, UK.
Welcome back for Semester II.
The Library has some useful books to help you with your essay writing. A great little book is Writing History by William Kelleher Storey.
The IBSS blog shows how to discover academic research on popular protest and political turmoil.
ALD-2 is the second edition of the Aristoteles Latinus database. It contains the medieval translations of Aristotle's works. It was previously only available on computers in the Library, but there is now web access.
Two new features on Project MUSE will now make it easier for users to locate information within a particular journal and to determine its relevance to their research.
One million pages from American historical newspapers have been digitized for the Chronicling America programme.
More New Zealand historical content has been ditigized by the National Library, and made available to the public on the Papers Past website.
Latin American Women Writers, South and Southeast Asian Literature, and Caribbean Literature are all part of the Alexander Street Literature Package which enables researchers to explore the literary heritage of diverse cultures from across the globe. The library currently has trial access to these databases which will run until August 1st.