The library is delighted to announce trial access to SAGE Research Methods on and off campus until 31st May.
SRM provides research methods resources including statistics, Cases, Datasets for the following disciplines:
Business and Management, Marketing, Communication and Media Studies, Anthropology, Criminology and Criminal Justice, Economics, Education, Geography, History, Mathematics, Political Science and International Relations
Science, Engineering, Computer Science, Medicine, Nursing, , Dentistry, Psychology, Psychotherapy, Public Health, Social Policy and Public Policy, Social Work, Sociology
Trial access to CAIRN, the gateway to francophone academia for social sciences and humanities is available at the link below.
Or visit A-Z database page “C” https://libguides.tcd.ie/az.php?a=c
Trial until 29th. Full access to 500 Journals and 10,000 ebooks.
Sourced from the archives of the British Film Institute (BFI), this resource makes available the collection of British communist Stanley Forman. The films were produced almost exclusively in the communist world and later versioned into English for distribution in the West.
All the films included in this resource have been digitised from the original 16mm and 35mm film reels. The trial will run for three months
80+ Titles covering Health Sciences, Engineering, Mathematics, and Science
Advances in Neuroimmune Biology
Argument & Computation (OA)
Asian Journal of Water Environment and Pollution
Bio-Medical Materials and Engineering
Biomedical Spectroscopy and Imaging
Brain Plasticity (OA)
Bridge Structures – Assessment, Design and Construction
Clinical Hemorheology and Microcirculation
Data Science (OA)
Education for Information
Environmental Policy and Law
Human Systems Management
In Silico Biology (OA)
Information Services and Use
Integrated Computer-Aided Engineering
Intelligent Data Analysis
Intelligent Decision Technologies
International Computer Games Association Journal
International Journal of Applied Electromagnetics & Mechanics
International Journal of Developmental Science
International Journal of Hybrid Intelligent Systems
International Journal of Knowledge-Based and Intelligent Engineering Systems
International Journal of RF Technologies: Research and Applications
International Journal of Risk and Safety in Medicine
International Shipbuilding Progress
Isokinetics and Exercise Science
Journal of Aerospace Operations
Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease
Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease Reports (OA)
Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments
Journal of Back and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation
Journal of Berry Research
Journal of Cellular Biotechnology
Journal of Climate Change
Journal of Computational Methods in Sciences and Engineering
Journal of Computer Security
Journal of Economic & Social Measurement
Journal of Geo-engineering Sciences
Journal of High Speed Networks
Journal of Huntington’s Disease
Journal of Integrated Design & Process Science
Journal of Intelligent and Fuzzy Systems
Journal of Medical Psychology (OA)
Journal of Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine
Journal of Neuromuscular Diseases
Journal of Neutron Research
Journal of Parkinson’s Disease
Journal of Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine
Journal of Resources, Energy and Development
Journal of Sports Analytics
Journal of Vestibular Research
Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation
Journal of X-Ray Science and Technology
Journal on Satisfiability, Boolean Modeling and Computation (OA)
Main Group Chemistry
Mediterranean Journal of Nutrition and Metabolism
Model Assisted Statistics and Applications
Multiagent and Grid Systems
Nutrition and Healthy Aging
Physiotherapy Practice and Research
Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience
Risk and Decision Analysis
Statistical Journal of the IAOS
Strength, Fracture and Complexity
Technology and Disability
Technology and Health Care
Translational Science of Rare Diseases
Work: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment & Rehabilitation
World Digital Libraries – An International Journal
Bioelectronics in Medicine
Biomarkers in Medicine
Breast Cancer Management (OA)
CNS Oncology (OA)
Colorectal Cancer (OA)
Future Medicinal Chemistry
Future Science OA (OA)
Hepatic Oncology (OA)
International Journal of Endocrine Oncology (OA)
International Journal of Hematologic Oncology (OA)
International Journal of Pharmacokinetics
Journal of 3D Printing in Medicine
Journal of Comparative Effectiveness Research
Lung Cancer Management (OA)
Melanoma Management (OA)
Neurodegenerative Disease Management
Pharmaceutical Patent Analyst
The Library is delighted to announce the purchase of nine new electronic resources supporting multiple disciplines across the Arts and Humanities.
We will proceed with the purchase of The Mirror Newspaper Archive (scheduled for release from Cengage Learning in March 2020 – The Mirror will be cross-searchable with other Gale archives on the Gale Primary Sources platform). In addition, in January 2020, we will establish an annual subscription to the Daily Express (1900-current) on the Digitorial/UKPressOnline platform.
Portail Calvin et Genève 16 – this portal presents all the texts by or about John Calvin which have been published by the Librairie Droz from 1960 to the present, with an initial focus on Geneva, Calvin, and the beginnings of the French evangelical movement with Lefèvre d’Etaples and Marguerite de Navarre
Drama Online (Nick Hern Books) – provides access to the plays, screenplays and theatre books one of the UK’s leading specialist performing arts publishers
1) A budget surplus became available in 2018/2019 due to a change in the VAT rate applicable to e-books and e-journals (reduced from 23% (standard rate) to 9% (2nd reduced rate), effective 1st January 2019).
2) A prioritised wish list was established of online archival resources with one-off costs, reflecting School priorities. The prioritised wish list was used to inform purchase decisions.
3) Subject Librarians provided input in the development of the wish list based on their knowledge of Schools’ requirements – direct engagement with Schools and Faculties was not possible due the limited time available to make purchase decisions
4) Many of the items on this list are focused on disciples in Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, reflecting the fact that these collections of historical/archival materials tend to be sold on a ‘once off’ basis.
In order to ensure transparency around the decision-making process for acquiring new electronic resources, the Library is committed in 2019/2020 to establishing in consultation with Schools:
A mechanism for assigning any available surplus budget in 2019/2020 and beyond towards the purchase of online archival resources with one-off costs
A mechanism for establishing annual subscriptions to electronic resource
We announce trial access to two political archives. View the papers of Sir Winston Churchill held at Cambridge University, and of Sir Austen Chamberlain, Chancellor of the Exchequer, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and Leader of the House, held at Birmingham University. The Chamberlain archive provides access to documents covering domestic policies and the development of foreign affairs during the World Wars. With personal correspondence and Chamberlain family history in Wiltshire and London in 18th and 19th C. Correspondence of his siblings, his wife and with Mary Endicott Chamberlain Carnegie, 1864-1957.
The Churchill Archive can be explored by topic, place, people and period. View Churchill’s personal correspondence and official exchanges. See his first childhood letters, wartime speeches, historical writings. Themed document portfolios offer insight into the workings of the British Empire between, 1874 and 1965. Both archives are in the New/Trials panel on our A-Z database page. Login with your Trinity College credentials.
Six decades of the history and culture of the LGBT community now accessible on our A-Z database page. The history and activism of the LGBTQ+ community was most comprehensively covered in these publications, traditionally not collected by libraries.
Our trial of LGBT Magazine archive offers backfile access to 26 publications including, from the US, The Advocate, which predates the 1969 Stonewall riots, and Gay news and Gay Times from the UK.
We are delighted to have trial access to the database Early Modern books. Material from over 225 source libraries worldwide. Literature, history, religion, arts, music, physical science. View early editions of Aphra Behn, Anne Killigrew and Margaret Cavendish as well as Newton, Boyle and Galileo for the period 1450-1700. Content from Europe covers Early European Books Collections from 4 national libraries and London’s Wellcome Library. Let our subject librarians know what you think !