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Trial access to the Artforum Archive, 1962-2020

Sarah Gilmore19 October 2021

UCL has trial access to the Artforum Archive until 13th November 2021.

Artforum Archive features the backfile of Artforum (later Artforum International), the leading magazine for coverage of international contemporary art, from its launch in 1962 to 2020. Spanning six decades of reporting on art in all media, Artforum offers features, reviews, and interviews relating to artists, exhibitions, publications, and other art world events / trends.

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Trial access to the full content of the Teaching Times Library

Sarah Gilmore30 September 2021

UCL has access to the full content of the Teaching Times Library until 17th October 2021. To access off-site please use Desktop@UCL Anywhere .

In addition to our subscribed content, UCL users now have access to the full content of the Teaching Times Library . Full access includes:

  • School Leadership Today
  • Creative Teaching & Learning
  • Professional Development Today
  • The Inclusion Journal
  • Leadership Briefing
  • Digital Learning and Learning Spaces
  • Plus archive access to current and former publications: Teaching Thinking & Creativity, Managing Schools Today, Primary Leadership Today, InterActive, Every Child Journal, Every Child Update, e-Learning Today, e-Learning Update and 21 Century Schools.
  • Plus access to the Project-Based Learning Resources, Classroom Resources and Knowledge Banks

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Trial access to Al-Manhal Online Database

Sarah Gilmore29 September 2021

UCL has trial access to the Al-Manhal Online Database until 30th November 2021. To access off-site please use Desktop@UCL Anywhere .

The Al-Manhal database provides access to thousands of ebooks, journals, theses and reports from the Arab world’s leading publishers. The Arabic and English content covers a wide range of topics that are especially relevant for Middle East- and Islam-related studies.

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Trial access to Statista Global Consumer Survey

Sarah Gilmore9 September 2021

UCL has trial access to Statista Global Consumer Survey until 30th November 2021.

Statista Global Consumer Survey allows users to draw insights on consumers from industries and markets worldwide. Covering the offline and online world, the Statista Global Consumer Survey offers a global perspective on consumption and media usage.

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UCL has trial access Dar Almandumah database

Sarah Gilmore13 July 2021

UCL has trial access to Dar Almandumah until 23rd July 2021.

Dar Almandumah a full-text database for research in education and the social sciences in Arabic periodicals and academic journals.

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Trial access to DeGruyter’s Marx and Marxism: thought, legacy and influence eBook collection

Sarah Gilmore18 June 2021

UCL has trial access to DeGruyter’s Marx and Marxism: thought, legacy and influence ebook collection until 30th September 2021.

The Marx and Marxism: thought, legacy and influence collection includes over 370 ebooks covering the inspirations and influences behind Marx’s works. Containing a range of contributions from contemporary academics, writers and theorists from around the world and across disciplines

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Trial access to Adam Matthew Primary Sources via AM Explorer and Research Source

Sarah Gilmore15 June 2021

UCL has trial access to the entire portfolio of 74 Adam Matthew primary source collections via AM Explorer and to the complete Research Source collection until 7th September 2021. Please note that PDF download options are not available but double clicking on thumbnails shows a larger high-res version.

AM Explorer Collections include:

Research Source is comprised of:

  • Area Studies: India : study of the British Indian Empire and the history, culture and literature of the Indian subcontinent from 1712 to 1942
  • Area Studies: Japan : documenting the political, cultural and social history of Japan from 1400 to the 20th century
  • Area Studies: China and Southeast Asia : offering Western perspectives on all aspects of Chinese culture and society from the mid-17th to the late 20th century
  • Business, Economic & Labour History : including Keynesian economic policy in post-war Britain; international labour movements; the London Stock Exchange; and the papers of important economists in Britain and America
  • Church Missionary Society Archive : source materials from the Anglican evangelical movement, from when it was founded in 1799 to the present
  • Empire Studies : primary sources for the study of the British Empire
  • Literary Studies : literary manuscripts, rare printed works, and personal papers of a range of leading literary figures in British and American literature
  • Missionary Studies : primary sources from missionary work in Africa, East and South Asia, Australasia and the Pacific, and the Americas
  • Medieval and Early Modern Studies : a wide range of primary sources concerning the Black Death to the Restoration of the English monarchy and the Glorious Revolution
  • Women’s Studies : primary sources from over four centuries, providing a multitude of perspectives on the changing roles of women in history
  • World War Two Studies : primary sources, offering insight into many aspects of the conflict, including government policy, the war in the Pacific, and the war in Europe

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Trial access to African Newspapers: The British Library collection 

Sarah Gilmore10 June 2021

UCL has trial access to African Newspapers: The British Library collection until 9th July 2021.

African Newspapers: The British Library collection features nearly 60 newspapers from across the African continent, all published before 1900. Originally archived by the British Library, these rare historical documents are now available in an online collection. From culture to history to geopolitics, the pages of these newspapers offer research opportunities for students and scholars interested in topics related to Africa.

Titles include: Egyptian Gazette (Cairo), Journal Franco-Ethiopien (Djibouti); Central African Times (Blantyre, Malawi), Commercial Gazette (Port Louis, Mauritius), Times of Marocco (Morocco), St. Helena Guardian (Jamestown, St. Helena) and Express en Oranjevrijstaatsch Advertentieblad (Bloemfontein, South Africa).

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Trial access to Atla Religion Database with AtlaSerials (EBSCO)

Sarah Gilmore10 June 2021

UCL has trial access to Atla Religion Database with AtlaSerials until 19th July 2021.

Atla Religion Database combines indexing from Atla Religion Database with AtlaSerials, a full-text collection of major religion and theology journals. Providing coverage from 1949 and retrospective indexing for several journal issues as far back as the nineteenth century, journals are selected for inclusion according to their scholarly merit and scope. Content includes:

  • Full-text content from more than 360 journals
  • More than 2.9 million records
  • Indexing of more than 2,375 journals, more than 1,075 of which are currently being indexed
  • More than 279,000 essay records
  • More than 980,000 review records
  • More than 430,000 book records

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Enhanced access to Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) content until December 2021

Sarah Gilmore8 June 2021

UCL has enhanced access to Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) content until December 2021

This full access includes:

  • Country Reports
  • Country Forecasts
  • Country Data
  • Industry Briefing
  • Market Indicators & Forecasts
  • Global Outlook
  • Commodities

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