We have purchased the 2017 Hart Collection from Bloomsbury. We have already added 61 titles to DiscoverEd and the remaining titles will be added as they are published. A full list of the 125 titles are listed here and the status column K will show the available titles already added to DiscoverEd.
Earlier this year we purchased Hart 2014 and 2015 collection e-book packages, we have now purchased a further 3 collections – Hart 2016, Education 2015 and Second Language Acquisition Archive 2001-2012.
These have all been added to DiscoverEd. Hart 2016 titles will continue to be added to DiscoverEd until the end of the year.
The Hart 2014, 2015, 2016, Education 2015 and Second Language Acquisition Archive title lists can be found here.
All of our recent Bloomsbury e-book collection purchases have now been added to DiscoverEd. See the full list here.
Collections purchased include: Anthropology Archive 1993-2013, Anthropology 2014, Biblical Studies 2013, 2014, Christian Doctrines Archive 1988-2013, Christology Archive 1982-2011, Churchill Collection, International Critical Commentary 1901-2014, International Relations Archive 1998-2013, Political Theory and Philosophy Archive 1998-2013, Politics and International Relations 2014, Politics Archive 1993-2013, Religious Studies Archive 2008-2012, Religious Studies 2013, 2014 and 2015. Religious Studies 2015 collection titles will be added to DiscoverEd as new titles become available.
Further information about our e-books is available from http://www.ed.ac.uk/information-services/library-museum-gallery/finding-resources/ebooks
If a book you require is not held by the library, please visit our Library Resources Plus webpage.
We have trial access to several e-book collections on the Bloomsbury e-book platform until the end of the year.
Bloomsbury Collections delivers access to quality research across the humanities and social sciences. Trial includes many of the 4,000 titles which will be on the platform by early 2015, featuring content from Bloomsbury’s latest research publications as well as a 100+ year legacy including Continuum, T&T Clark, Bristol Classical Press, Berg, The Arden Shakespeare and the recently acquired Hart Publishing.
The collections we are trialling are:
Feedback and further info
We are interested to know what you think of this e-book package and platform as your comments influence purchase decisions so please do fill out our feedback form.
A list of all trials currently available to University of Edinburgh staff and students can be found on our trials webpage.