Category Archives for e-resources
Bloomsbury Video Library trial now live!
We currently have trial access to the Bloomsbury Video Library, thanks to a request at ECA Library. You can access the trial from the Library’s e-resources trials webpage. Please enjoy our access to this resource and don’t forget to give … Continue reading
Database in focus: medici.TV
Do you know about our online resource medici.TV? One of the largest online audio-visual catalogues of classical music, opera and dance, consisting of a library of contemporary and historic performances, documentaries on composers and artists, and other interesting resources for … Continue reading
Subculture Archives database trial now live!
The Subculture Archives from the Museum of Youth Culture is an educational & cultural research resource of primary sources exploring 100 years of youth culture through the scenes, styles, and sounds that forged them. From Rave, Punk, Rockabilly to Grime. … Continue reading
Digital scores resource available for a one month trial: Maison ONA:
Maison ONA is a Paris-based independent publishing house for new music. This trial gives us access to Maison ONA’s full range of contemporary digital music scores online. You can access the trial via the library e-resources trials webpage. Please take … Continue reading
Autumn Dissertation Festival: 31 October – 4 November 2022
Want to find out more about the digital library resources available to research your dissertation question? Interested in learning how to manage the bibliographic and research data you’ve found? Thought about making your dissertation something special by using the fantastic … Continue reading
Newspapers.com trial access live until 21st October!
We are very pleased to announce that thanks to a request from the School of Design, we have a one month trial to Newspapers.com Library Edition by Ancestry.com, from ProQuest. Newspapers.com Library Edition is an extensive database that provides online … Continue reading
Welcome to all our new and returning students!
We wish all our new students a very happy Welcome Week, and extend a warm welcome to you and to all our returning students! If you are new on-campus you will find these library orientation guides useful. You can find … Continue reading
New acquisition! Albers’ Interaction of Color: Complete Digital Edition
Interaction of Color: Complete Digital Edition from Yale A&A ePortal: The Interaction of Color: Complete Digital Edition website offers an entirely new way for users to experience Josef Albers’ original masterwork. The website incorporates interactive features that help students understand … Continue reading
Using the Digital Wall at the Main Library to promote your work
Here are some guidelines for students who may wish to exhibit their work on the Main Library Digital Wall. There are two ways to show video or moving image work on the Digital Wall: 1: Continuous loop films that populate … Continue reading
Literacies – what are they?
At University our students learn various different literacies. These include data literacy, media literacy, game literacy, health literacy, financial literacy, civic and ethical literacy, carbon literacy, digital literacy and information literacy. A definition of information literacy is: “the ability to … Continue reading