The Library has trial to access Gallup Analytics until 30 June 2018. This is on-campus only.
Content includes Gallup’s U.S. Daily tracking and World Poll data to compare residents’ responses region by region and nation by nation to questions on topics such as economic conditions, government and business, health and well being, infrastructure, and education.
Feedback during this trial would be very welcome, and can be sent to Lorraine Curran: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Library currently has a trial to The London Review of Books online archive until 25th May 2018. Access during the trial is only available on campus.
The archive contains every piece ever published in the magazine: over 13,500 articles by more than 2000 contributors from the past 30 years.
Content includes Alan Bennett’s New Year Diaries since 1990; essays, stories and memoirs by Hilary Mantel; Edward Said writing about Fidelio or the Oslo Accords; Eliot Weinberger’s ‘What I Heard about Iraq’; and more than 230 critical essays by Frank Kermode.
Feedback during this trial would be very welcome, contact Lorraine Curran: email@example.com.
Our eagle-eyed readers will have spotted some of the 140,000 (and growing) UK Legal Deposit e-books that we have access to via our Library PCs. Some of the major UK academic publishers have now moved to e-deposit only, such as Taylor & Francis, Routledge and Sage. The Library understands that the access restrictions can be a barrier to research, and so we are inviting TCD staff and students to select, when needed, an additional copy for our collection. Integrated with our catalogue are thousands of records for available titles which can be selected; half are print books and half are e-books. Print books can be ordered with a lead time of approximately three weeks, and on arrival the book will be reserved for you. E-books are available immediately and wherever you are working by using your Trinity login.
French language E-Books and E-Journals available online. Trial period: 15 February 2016 – 14 April 2016.
TCD Library has arranged a two-month trial of Cairn’sE-Books and E-Journals.
Cairn, the French equivalent of Project Muse, is an online collection of publications in the French language, in the area of humanities and social sciences. Created in 2005 by four Belgian and French academic publishers, Cairn is now providing selected resources from 130 publishing houses.
During the trial we have access to more than 400 journals and 4,000 books of which, there are 2,200 research books (monographs, proceedings, other collective works) from French and Belgian publishers (Autrement, De Boeck, La Découverte, éres, éditions Mardaga, PUF, ENS, La Documentation française, Presses de Sciences Po and Quae).
The site has both French and English interfaces. It is available on and off campus during the trial.
This resource can also be accessed from the Trial Databases tab of the Library’s Databases and E-Books page.
A trial membership for this collection of open access, free, scholarly ebooks is currently available until the end of February, via the Library’s Databases and Ebooks page, Trial Databases tab.
Open Book Publishers is a non-profit organisation established, by academics in Cambridge, to publish rigorously peer-reviewed Open Access monographs. To date, 51 titles in the humanities and social sciences by some of the world’s best known scholars (including Amartya Sen and Noam Chomsky) have been published.
For an annual membership fee, member libraries can allow the full range of formatted digital editions (pdf, epub, mobi) to be freely downloaded by any registered library users. The Library could also allow any digital edition of titles to be uploaded to the library’s own digital repository or ebook collection, to keep permanently. A 15% discount is granted to any registered member of the university library (staff/student/alumnus) on the sales of any printed edition of Open Book Publisher titles, purchased from its website.