Goodbye to British Humanities Index – hello to Humanities Index

British Humanities Index has had a rebrand, it’s now called Humanities Index.  Despite the change of name, there has been no change to the content of the database. Humanities Index searches over 370 journals and magazines and a wide range of British newspapers from 1962 to present. Humanities Index is a useful resource for anyone researching, studying or […]

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Open Music Library – new resource on A-Z list

If your studies, teaching or research involve music, you may wish to explore Open Music Library (OML), a recently launched resource containing digital music materials. OML contains over 33,000 journal articles, information about over 70,00 musicians and over 200,000 musical scores. Many of the journal articles included in OML are from open access journals, meaning that you can […]

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New nineteenth century content added to House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

Good news for anyone researching or studying nineteenth century British history, House of Commons Parliamentary Papers (HCPP) now includes papers from the House of Lords. This is the first time that these papers have been made available electronically and this enhancement to HCPP makes it an even more valuable resource for staff, students and researchers […]

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New look for House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

The new semester is almost here, and for anyone researching or studying British political or parliamentary history, the new year brings a new look for the House of Commons Parliamentary Papers (HCPP).   HCPP is a major resource covering all aspects of British social, economic and political history from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries. Providing electronic access to Bills, […]

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Aluka ‘Struggles for Freedom in Southern Africa’ collection

We have a free trial of the Aluka ‘Struggles for Freedom in Southern Africa’ collection until 9th November. This collection contains a huge number of primary source documents on the liberation struggles in Southern Africa during the 20th century. To access the trial, go to http://www.aluka.org.ezproxy.stir.ac.uk/struggles . Please send any feedback on this resource to […]

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