We now have full access from volume 1 to this De Gruyter title, first published in 2013. Continue reading
Future Teacher is a themed programme that focuses on the big issues and the range of new technologies that will have an impact on teaching over the next few years.
These interactive and informative sessions offer opportunities for discussion as well as practical help for getting started with a range of tools and technologies.
Some news of a few more databases currently on trial from ProQuest until the end of November. While not directly related to PPLS subject areas, there is still much that will be of general interest to many of you, with lots of great reading on offer!
Martin Luther (1483-1546) is a central figure in the development of European culture, not only as a result of his religious influence but also for his contribution to the establishment of the High German language.
The Library now has trial access – until the end of November – to Luthers Werke (Weimarer Ausgabe). Continue reading
We now have access to the 18th century prose module of the splendid Oxford Scholarly Editions Online (OSEO), which provides full-text access to several hundred authoritative Oxford editions of major English works from the humanities written between 1485 and 1830, and has a wide-ranging subject coverage that includes philosophy and linguistics. Continue reading
If you have not already done so, do check out our new media asset management solution – Media Hopper – a new service that puts video at the heart of teaching, learning, research and public engagement. Continue reading
The Library has trial access – until the end of June – to ImageQuest, a unique collection of over 3,000,000 rights-cleared images from 59 of the world’s image houses.
The Library has purchased a further electronic resource from the Past Masters series in the shape of the collected works of the American philosopher, psychologist and educational reformer, John Dewey. Continue reading
The Library is in the process of obtaining the complete collection of these ancient Greek commentaries on Aristotle, which were originally gathered together and edited in the series Commentaria in Aristotelem Graeca (CAG). The 23 volumes in the series were first published by Reimer of Berlin between 1882 and 1909.