New E-Resource Trials

New e-resource trials are currently available: Bloomsbury Architecture Library; the Daily Mail Historical Archives; the Daily Mirror Historical Archives.

   17 March 2021

The Library's subject teams regularly trial the latest databases & e-resources to support your studies. Trials of Bloomsbury Architecture Library, the Daily Mail Historical Archive, the Daily Mirror Historical Archive, History of Feminism & Oxford Bibliographies in British and Irish Literature are now available.

Bloomsbury Architecture Library

is a leading digital resource for the study of architecture, urbanism, and interior design. Its dynamic digital platform offers access to wide-ranging collections of text and image content, from architectural history to cutting-edge design guidance. The platform is comprised of multiple collections:

The Core Collection
Explore 5,500 years of the world’s architecture through Sir Banister Fletcher’s Global History of Architecture 21st edition; browse through an interactive visual timeline of global architectural history; or undertake in-depth research through Bloomsbury’s library of architecture ebooks.
Architecture Design & Practice Online
In partnership with Taylor and Francis, the Architecture Design & Practice Online collection includes 200+ titles focusing on studio design, technical detail, and professional practice.

Your feedback on this trial is appreciated.
Trial ends: 19/04/21.

The Daily Mail & Daily Mirror Historical Archives

Daily Mail Historical Archive: the Daily Mail has been at the heart of British journalism since 1896, regularly changing the course of government policy and setting the national debate. Its website is among the most visited news sites in the world. The Daily Mail Historical Archive includes 100+ years of this major UK national newspaper, viewable in full digital facsimile form, with copious advertisements, news stories, and images that capture twentieth-century culture and society.

Daily Mirror Historical Archive: founded in 1903, the Mirror plays a pivotal role in the history of journalism. Peaking in 1967, with a daily circulation of 5.25 million, the newspaper has had a history full of highs and lows. Today, it is the only mainstream left-wing tabloid remaining in the UK. Gale's Mirror Historical Archive, 1903-2000 features 800,000+ pages of brand-new, full text searchable, scans of the complete run of the Mirror from 1903-2000, including the Sunday Mirror.

Your feedback on these trial resources is appreciated.
Trial ends: 15/04/21.

Full details of all our databases and e-resources can be found on the Library Databases page.