Trial access to the Cambridge Law Reports database from Cambridge University Press is now available from here.
Cambridge Law Reports access to key reports, including the content of the leading International Law Reports series. This is the only publication devoted to systematic reporting (in English) of full decisions from international courts and arbitrators, as well as judgments of national courts, from 1919 to the present.
International Convention on the Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) Reports are also included.
Some unique features for Cambridge Law Reports available from CUP directly include:
Searchable by keyword
Searchable by year of case
ILR volume information available
Export citation feature
Mobile device responsive
The free trial period will finish on the 31st March. Please email any feedback to Lesley Dingle in the Squire Law Library at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Following a recent trial of the Bloomsbury Collections online platform, the ebooks@cambridge Service is pleased to announce that with thanks to the Connell Fund, Cambridge staff and students now have access to 11 ebook collections containing over 400 titles.
Bloomsbury Collections hosts scholarly books from their Academic division, spanning the humanities and social sciences. The benefits of using ebooks on thisplatform include:
Instant access to 100s of key works, easily navigable by research topic
Cite, share and personalize content
Search full text of titles; filter by date, series or subject
Browse by subject
Find the most relevant book chapters quickly and intuitively
Hyperlinks: find works in the same subject or by the same author; link between text and endnotes or bibliography
Download and print chapter PDFs without DRM restriction
All of these activated titles (except for Anthropology 2016 & Theology 2016 – coming soon!) are searchable in LibrarySearch, and registered users can access these ebooks both on and off campus, with a Raven login.
Accessible titles are indicated with the unlocked padlock icon as shown.
Some popular titles during the trial were…
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In the 1890s, a proofreader at the University of Chicago Press prepared a single sheet of typographic fundamentals intended as a guide for the University community. That sheet grew into a pamphlet, and the pamphlet grew into a book—the first edition of the Manual of Style, published in 1906. Now in its sixteenth edition, The Chicago Manual of Style is more comprehensive and easier to use than ever before, and provides recommendations on editorial style and publishing practices for the digital age.
The ebooks@cambridge Service is pleased to announce that The Chicago Manual of Style (CMSO) is now available online for University of Cambridge users. You can access the website here.
The online version includes the fully searchable Chicago Style Q&Aand convenientToolssuch as sample correspondence, proofreaders’ marks and a quick guide to citation.
The CMSO will be searchable in LibrarySearch from later this week, and is accessible off campus when using a Raven login.
If you have any comments or queries about this resource, please email the ebooks@cambridge team on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cambridge has long enjoyed access to the New Pauly, “the unrivalled modern reference work for the ancient world” published by Brill, but readers have only been able to consult its supplements in print. Now both the work and its supplements are available online.
Taking a variety of approaches, each volume provides quick access to indepth knowledge on subjects from chronological lists of rulers of the ancient world, a biographical dictionary of classists who have made their mark on scholarship, to an historical atlas and encyclopedia-type works on the reception of myth and classical literature
To search a single supplement, select the title from the dropdown on the Brill New Pauly site: Chronologies of the ancient world; Dictionary of Greek and Latin authors and texts; Historical atlas of the ancient world; The reception of myth and mythology; The…
New eresource: Oxford Dictionary of the Middle Ages
Access the Oxford Dictionary of the Middle Ages via this link.
The Oxford Dictionary of the Middle Ages is an essential new reference work covering all key aspects of European history, society, and culture from 500 to 1500 A.D., as well as the Byzantine Empire, Islamic dynasties, and Asiatic peoples of the era. It is designed both for medievalists, who need a detailed and reliable reference tool, and for students and general readers seeking an accessible guide to the period. Over 800 scholars have assembled thousands of comprehensive entries, lavishly supplemented by hundreds of illustrations and dozens of maps.