After receiving very positive trial feedback and approval of the Library Accessions Committee, Cambridge University is now subscribing to the academic version of Europresse, an aggregator which allows online access to many French and Francophone national and regional newspapers and magazines including Le Monde (from 1944), Le Figaro, Libération, L’Humanité, Les Echos, La Tribune ; Le Soir, Le Temps ; Le Parisien, Ouest-France, La Provence ; L’Express, Le Point, Marianne, L’Obs, Le Monde diplomatique etc.
The University of Cambridge has trial access to the BIZ Biblioteca Italiana Zanichelli resource until 17 July 2018 via this link.
Access is available on or off campus but is restricted to 5 simultaneous users, so if you have finished your session please remember to exit your browser session.
You do not need to login, access to the Biblioteca Italiana Zanichelli is enabled on the left of the platform under “Bookshelf”.
The BIZ (Italian Library Zanichelli) is an online collection of over 1,000 texts of Italian literature up to the early decades of the twentieth century.
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The University Library has arranged trial access to four new electronic resources on offer from East View. Please send feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org by the end of Tuesday 7 February to meet Accessions Committee deadlines. Resources with clear academic and student support will then be recommended to the Committee for purchase.
Access (available through Raven or within the cam domain) will last until 21 February. Details about each backfile/database follow, with individual links. All resources on trial can also be accessed through the general East View entry on this page. Continue reading
Three new East View e-resources have been made available on trial, including the backfiles of the satirical magazine Krokodil and the literary journal Russkaia literatura. In addition, we are also trying out a Russian e-book set, with trial access to the Dostoevskii : materialy i issledovaniia. Feedback is keenly sought by Friday 1 May, to email@example.com.
Cambridge University Library is pleased to announce that trial access is now available to 119 Italian-language titles on Casalini Libri’s Torrossa ebooks platform. Three current collections of scholarly titles are included in this trial; Language and Literature (49 ebooks), Cinema and Theatre (40), and Cultural Studies (30).