November 2009 Entries
Sometimes it is difficult to know where to begin when starting out on research. A reference book could provide the information you need to inform your idea and develop your research topic.
Which reference book holds the information you need? The database Reference Universe identifies relevant reference books for you.
A new database aims to shed light on British diplomacy during the twentieth century.
Library users will continue to have access to the Paley Center Seminars which the Library trialled earlier this year.
Library users will now have further access to British House of Commons Parliamentary Papers (HCPP).
A journal that is dedicated to Irish Studies is now available through Project Muse.
Library users will now have access to Travel Writing, Spectacle and World History, a database dedicated to women's travel writing from the nineteenth to twentieth centuries.
A new online database addresses a crucial period in Chinese history, from the foundation of the People's Republic, in 1949, to the death of Mao, and the end of the Cultural Revolution in 1976.
A searchable online collection of manuscripts from major nineteenth-century English and American writers is now available through the Library's website.
Library users will now have access to a number of reference volumes through Blackwell Reference Online.
The Library is trialling the China Doctors Masters Dissertations Database (CDMD) until the 4th of December.
The National Library Of Australia has made Australian social and political news from the last millenium accessible online to the public .
Library users now have access to 7 new literary databases through the Alexander Street Literature package. The package allows researchers to explore the rich literary heritage of diverse cultures from across the globe.
New Zealand government datasets that are publicly available are now accessible from a new online directory.
The French intellectual, Claude Levi Strauss, has died at the age of 100.
Five useful sites for tracking information on social networks.