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Users experiencing difficulties accessing any of these databases on or off campus should contact the Electronic Resources Librarian or their Subject Librarian.

Troubleshooting: off campus, if you get a message indicating a subscription for an important journal has been cancelled or you are recommended to suggest purchase, please check first that you have followed the correct steps for off campus access.

If you are asked to register/login to the My Athens website, please read ATHENS.

For information on using the Library-supported bibliographic management software, EndNote, with these databases, please consult the support pages on the Library website, or contact your Subject Librarian or the EndNote team directly.

Blackboard and Online Resources information for TCD staff: to use Library online, purchased, resources in Blackboard, please read: Linking to Electronic Resources from Blackboard as a first step. Please note that it is recommended that PdFs of articles are not inserted directly into Blackboard as this may be a breach of copyright/licence agreements.

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Trial Databases

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Databases "On Trial" are normally only available on campus. Check out the New Resources tab for recently purchased databases.

Please note, TCD Library may not be able to commit to a subscription at the end of a resource trial period, even if usage statistics are high, due to current financial restrictions.

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  • Crime, punishment and popular culture, 1790-1920 on Gale Cengage's Artemis platform. Trial period: 11 January 2016 - 22 February 2016

    Crime literature, ephemera, murder ballads, crimes dramatised. This unique archive marries fact and fiction, allowing researchers to discover essential primary documents such as trial transcripts, case notes from renowned judges and documents from detective agencies. Content includes: trial transcripts; documents related to the development of forensic techniques; detective agency records; prisoner photographs; newspaper reports; true crime literature; police force records; prison postcards; penny dreadfuls, dime novels, detective fiction and mysteries; manuscript collections from well-known figures; crime-related broadsides and prints.

    TCD Library already has 9 other resources on the Artemis platform, which may be searched individually or as a group. See the TCD Library Stella Record: Artemis Primary Sources

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  • Foreign Office files for China 1919-1980* 8 week trial (ending on the 23/03/2016)

    *Please note that PDF download options are not available during trials.

    The six parts of this collection make available all British Foreign Office files dealing with China, Hong Kong and Taiwan between 1919 and 1980:

    1919-1929: Kuomintang, CCP and the Third International

    1930-1937: The Long March, civil war in China and the Manchurian Crisis

    1938-1948: Open Door, Japanese war and the seeds of communist victory

    1949-1956: The Communist revolution

    1957-1966: The Great Leap Forward

    1967-1980: The Cultural Revolution

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  • Routledge Handbooks Online Trial period 23 October 2015 - 23 January 2016.

    Routledge Handbooks Online provides an overview of classic and current research and future trends in the Social Sciences and Humanities. It also provides an authoritative guide to theory and method, and to the key sub-disciplines.

    A selection of Routledge Handbooks Online collections: Archaeology & Classics; Asian Studies; Business & Economics; Communication, Journalism, Media & Culture; Criminal Justice & Criminology; Education; Environment & Sustainability; Foreign Language; Geography; Health & Social Care; History; Law; Linguistics; Literature; Philosophy; Politics; Psychology; Religion; Security Studies; Sociology.

    Routledge Handbooks Online platform allows purchase of subject collections.

New Resources

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Latest additions:

(See Trial Databases page for databases on trial)

Changed Utterly

DART-Europe

EThOS

Irish Bibliography of Press History (IBPH)

Acland Anatomy

Loeb Classial Library

NAXOS Music Library

CEPR Discussion Paper Series

EMIS

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    • Acland Anatomy [October 2015]

      Acland's Video Atlas of Human Anatomy contains nearly 330 videos of real human anatomic specimens in their natural colors, including 5 new, groundbreaking videos of the inner ear. Dr. Robert Acland presents moving structures-muscles, tendons, and joints-making the same movements that they make in life. The videos show complex structures step by step-from bone to surface anatomy-to provide a foundation for understanding anatomical structure and function. The entire series was digitally re-mastered producing clearer, brighter, and more detailed videos than seen in previous versions.

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    • Changed Utterly: Ireland and the Easter Rising [FREE Resource. Trinity College Library, 2015-2016]

      This project draws on the rich and diverse collections of 1916 material held in the Research Collections Division of Trinity College Library - the Manuscripts & Archives Research Library (M&ARL), the Department of Early Printed Books and Special Collections, the Glucksman Map Library and the Music Library. The aim is to showcase the breadth of the 1916 collections and to act as a catalyst for research.

      Subject: History

      Content: Full text

    • CEPR Discussion Paper Series [July 2015]

      The Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR) was founded in 1983 to enhance the quality of economic policy-making within Europe and beyond, by fostering high quality, policy-relevant economic research, and disseminating it widely to decision-makers in the public and private sectors. Drawing together the expertise of its Research Fellows and Affiliates, CEPR initiates, funds and coordinates research activities and communicates the results quickly and effectively to decision makers around the world. Research by CEPR Research Fellows and Affiliates appears initially in the CEPR Discussion Paper series. These Discussion Papers are circulated widely to other specialists in the research and policy community so that the results of the research receive prompt and thorough professional scrutiny. The Centre produces about 600 Discussion Papers each year.

      Subject: Economics

      Content: Full text

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    • DART-Europe E-theses Portal FREE resource, added December 2015

      DART-Europe is a partnership of research libraries and library consortia, working to improve global access to European research theses. DART-Europe is the European Working Group of the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations (NDLTD). The DART-Europe partners help to provide researchers with a single European Portal for the discovery of Electronic Theses and Dissertations (ETDs).

      More about DART-Europe

      Subject: Theses

      Content: Indexing database

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    • EMIS

      EMIS delivers electronic information products, by subscription, to institutional customers through its global network of offices. EMIS provides information covering more than 100 emerging markets.

      Subject: Business

      Content: Full text

    • EThOS FREE resource, added December 2015

      EThOS is the UK's national doctoral research theses' service. EThOS aims to provide: a national aggregated record of all doctoral theses (mainly PhDs but also other types of doctoral thesis, e.g. D.Ed., Mus.D., D.Eng) awarded by UK Higher Education institutions; and free access to the full text of as many theses as possible for use by all researchers to further their own research.

      More about EThOS

      Subject: Theses

      Content: Indexing database

      Content: Full text

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    • Irish Bibliography of Press History (IBPH) FREE resource, launched November 2015.

      The IBPH, an initiative of the Newspaper and Periodical History Forum of Ireland (NPHFI) and edited by James O'Donnell, is a searchable, open access resource, the scope of which is to provide a bibliography of secondary literature on the history of print media in Ireland and further afield, based on the work by scholars in, or closely associated with, Ireland. Its primary focus is on published scholarly, academic work. IBPH will be updated three times a yearly: January, May and September. Further information and a guide to browsing and searching can be found on the IBPH page.

      Subject: History

      Content: Bibliography

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    • Loeb Classical Library [Harvard University Press. September 2015, access 'in perpetuity' purchased.]

      The written treasures of the ancient Greek and Roman world. James Loeb founded the Loeb Classical Library in 1911, to make the work of classical authors accessible - regardless of knowledge of Greek or Latin. Since 1989, a renewal plan founded on the publication of four or five new volumes a year has been in place. This plan includes titles new to the Loeb Classical Library (such as Chariton), completely new editions and translations (such as Euripides), and thoroughly revised editions (such as Homer).Greek and Latin texts are alongside English translations. The authors in the Loeb Classical Library span fourteen centuries and every genre. Editors and translators are drawn from both sides of the Atlantic. New titles are added to the series, while existing titles are continually reprinted so that the complete Loeb Classical Library always remains in print.

      Content: Full text

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    • NAXOS Music Library [September 2015]

      Naxos Music Library [NML] is the world's largest online classical music library. Currently, it offers streaming access to more than 102,310 CDs with more than 1,485,200 tracks of both standard and rare repertoire. Over 800 new CDs are added to the library every month.

      The library offers the complete Naxos and Marco Polo catalogues plus the complete catalogues or selected titles from over 650 record labels, with more labels joining every month. Along with classical music, jazz, world, and pop/rock are also represented.

      We would like to ask all users to log-out from our services properly at the end of each session by clicking the red "LOGOUT" button located at the Manual Bar at the top of the screen.

      No. of users: 10 users


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