Tag Archives: databases

Database trial: Daily Mail Historical Archive, 1896-2004

The Library is running a trial of the Daily Mail Online archive until 30th April 2019. As an online archive of every headline, article, editorial, announcement, image and advertisement published in the Daily Mail (London), the Daily Mail Historical Archive, 1896-2004 is … Continue reading

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Archives of sexuality and gender – trial

We are currently trialling the Gale Archives of Sexuality and Gender digital archive until 31st March 2019 This fully searchable digital archive spans the sixteenth to the twentieth century and is the largest digital collection of primary source material relating … Continue reading

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Primary sources: an introduction for history students

What do we mean by primary sources? Why are they important for students of history? How do you find them at Queen’s? During this brand new course Deborah Sherlock (Subject Librarian, HAPP) and Louisa Costelloe (Assistant Librarian, Special Collections) will take you … Continue reading

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Counseling and Psychotherapy Transcripts, Client Narratives, and Reference Works, Volume1 and Volume 2.

Counseling and Psychotherapy Transcripts, Client Narratives, and Reference Works, Volume1 and Volume 2. This is a “searchable collection containing real transcripts of counseling and therapy sessions and first-person narratives illuminating the experience of mental illness and treatment, as well as reference works to contextualize … Continue reading

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Library trial: Historical Texts

The Library has arranged a 30 day trial to the JISC Historical Texts database. It will run from 7th December 2018 until 7th January 2019 inclusive and can be accessed by clicking here. Historical Texts is a full text digital archive … Continue reading

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Daily Mail Historical Archive – Trial Access Now Available

QUB staff and students currently have trial access to the Daily Mail Historical Archive 1896-2004.  This is the fully-searchable digital archive, allowing researchers and students to search the full text of over one million pages of the newspaper’s backfile, from … Continue reading

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South Asia Archive trial: 26th September until 26th October 2018

Covering the period mid-18th to mid-20th century, the South Asia Archive is interdisciplinary in its scope providing content which engages with a wide range of subject areas including Art History, Anthropology, History, Law, Science, Technology, Education and Literature. This resource is a … Continue reading

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World Newspaper Archive trial: August 2018

As part of a wider review of historical newspaper archives available to Queen’s students and staff, the Library has arranged a trial of World Newspaper Archive . This collection features searchable digital replicas of historical newspapers published in Africa, Latin … Continue reading

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Ruth Fulton Benedict Papers

Approximately 8,000 pages from the Ruth Fulton Benedict Archive (held at the Vassar College Archive) have been digitized, including notes from various field expeditions to the American Southwest in the 1930s. The Ruth Benedict Papers are now freely available to the public. … Continue reading

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Database and Mendeley training: Medicine, Dentistry and Biomedical Sciences

Richard Fallis, Subject Librarian for Medicine, Dentistry and Biomedical Sciences, is running a number of bookable database and, for the first time, Mendeley training sessions in May and June. Sessions will take place in the McClay Library and MBC, and … Continue reading

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