Journal articles about coronavirus research aggregated from ProQuest, BMJ, SpringerNature, and other publishers, "to provide comprehensive coverage of COVID-19 and other past coronavirus outbreaks, such as MERS and SARS, for context around the current global pandemic."
Drawing on 10 years of National Theatre Live broadcasts, alongside high-quality recordings never previously seen outside of the NT’s Archive, the National Theatre Collection makes this rich body of work available to students in schools, universities and libraries around the world. The collection contains 30 full length recordings of National Theatre performances.
Bloomsbury's Drama Online: Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) Live Collection provides access to filmed Live performances of Shakespearean plays staged and acted by the Royal Shakespeare Company. This growing collection currently consists of 24 performances with more scheduled to be included throughout the year.
In 2013 the company began live screenings of its Shakespeare productions, captured here in The RSC Live Collection. In 2016-17 the company collaborated with Intel and The Imaginarium Studios to stage The Tempest, bringing performance capture to the Royal Shakespeare Theatre for the very first time.
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Grad School Test Prep on the EBSCO Learning Express platform offers the Georgetown community access to 30 practice tests with instant and diagnostic scoring, test modes and detailed answer explanations, as well as test prep e-books, a scholarship finder, and a school finder tool for graduate, doctoral, and certificate programs. The product offers test prep resources for the GMAT®, GRE®, MAT®, MCAT®, LSAT®, and PCAT®.
The largest and earliest English-language national newspaper published in Japan covering both the country and the world. Digital archive covers from 1865-1866 and 1897 to the present. Also includes the archive of the Japan Advertiser (1913-1940), which merged with the Japan Times in 1940.
JSTOR has generously opened up many of their Journals and Primary Source collections. While much of the open content overlaps with our licensed entitlements, there is still a large amount of newly available material available to our users.
In particular, access to many of the primary source collections (World Heritage Sites: Africa, Struggles for Freedom: Southern Africa, and Global Plants) is now available.
Carried out in conjunction with the Institute of Jazz Studies at Rutgers University--which houses the largest collection of jazz periodicals in the world-- as well as other partner libraries, RIPM Jazz is composed over 100 Jazz periodical titles spanning from 1914-2006.
RIPM (Le Répertoire international de la presse musicale) was founded in 1980 under the auspices of the International Musicological Society (IMS) and the International Association of Music Libraries, Archives, and Documentation Centres (IAML), with a mission to preserve and to provide access to eighteenth-, nineteenth- and twentieth-century periodical literature dealing with music, and to facilitate and encourage research based on the press. While much of RIPM's work up until now has focused on the European concert music tradition, RIPM Jazz Periodicals expands that focus, shifting to preserving and making accessible Jazz periodicals, that until recently, have remained conspicuously absent from historical record.
The Royal Society has removed their paywall to all journal content. Journals opened include all of the Philosophical Transactions sections, Proceedings Sections, Interface Journals, Biology Letters, as well as other scholarly materials.
TRAC provides information on all aspects of terrorism, with threat assessments of terror-prone regions, original analysis of terrorist ideology, collections of news articles about terrorism, and profiles of over 4,650 current and historical terrorist groups.