Duke University Press ebook collection

All Duke University Press ebooks in the humanities and social sciences are now available to members of the University of Cambridge from the eDuke Books Scholarly Collection platform. Initially this access is thanks to a free trial which runs until the 31st of March 2016, but it is expected that the University Library and ebooks@cambridge will purchase access for at least another 12 months after this date.

Read 200 ebooksRecords for individual titles appear in LibrarySearch and you can search the collection by subject, author or title on the eDuke Books Scholarly Collection platform.

Access to this ebook collection is available both on and off-campus, via the authenticated links in the LibrarySearch records.If accessing from off campus you will be directed to log in with your Raven username and password.

There are currently 2,150 titles available titles, this number will grow as more books are published and added to the site on a monthly basis. New front-list publications are added as they are published, and the available archive collection contains 1,250 titles published between 1964 – 2007.

These ebooks are DRM-free, you can print or read online, or download PDFs by chapter, and they are available for unlimited concurrent users.

Some recently published titles are highlighted below; click on the book covers to access the full text.

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emergent religious affects     reel world     islam

 

If you have any comments or questions about this new collection please contact the ebooks@cambridge team by emailing ebooks@lib.cam.ac.uk.

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60 day free trial of Bloomsbury Collections

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FREE TRIAL EXTENDED UNTIL 31 JANUARY 2016

The ebooks@cambridge Service have organised a free 60 day trial to the ebooks on the Bloomsbury Collections platform, spanning the Humanities, Social Sciences and Law. The site features the latest research publications from Hart Publishing, Bloomsbury Academic, T&T Clark and The Arden Shakespeare, alongside scholarship from historic imprints Continuum, Berg and Bristol Classical Press. You can access the trial platform from here. Click on the Shibboleth login page and select the University of Cambridge, you will then need to enter your Raven login.

You can also access the Bloomsbury platform from the ebook collections tab on the ebooks@cambridge website.

University of Cambridge registered students, researchers and academics have full-text access to over 4,000 titles, including: various publisher and subject-based Archive & Landmark Texts collections; and the following subject collections; Anthropology, Biblical Studies, Classical Studies & Archaeology, Law, Education, Film & Media Studies, History, Linguistics, Literary Studies, Natural History, Philosophy, Politics & International Relations, Religious Studies, Sociology, and Theology. The Shakespeare Archive 2003- 2012 and The Churchill Collection are also included.

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Bloomsbury Collections offer

  • unlimited concurrency for multiple users
  • the ability to download and print chapter PDFs
  • subject browsing, full text searching
  • the ability to cite, share and personalize content
  • mobile device compatibility

You can see a list of all the collections by clicking here, where a full title list is also available to download.

Trial access ends on Thursday 10th December. Please do contact the ebooks@cambridge team with your comments on both the content and the usability of the Bloomsbury Collections ebooks platform; send your emails to ebooks@lib.cam.ac.uk.

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Routledge Handbooks Online

RHO homeThe ebooks team is pleased to announce that, thanks to a collaborative purchase by Cambridge libraries, all Cambridge staff and students can now access the entire Routledge Handbooks Online collection. Available subject collections include Asian Studies, Education, History, Linguistics, Philosophy, Politics & International Relations, and Sociology.

Routledge Handbooks Online (RHO) is available on and off campus (via Raven login) from this link. All RHO titles are available for searching in LibrarySearch.

Content can be searched, sorted and displayed by chapter or by ebook title and is

  • Digital Rights Management (DRM) free
  • for unlimited concurrent access
  • available in HTML or PDF format
  • downloadable
  • printable
  • annotatable

Click on the book covers to link directly to a selection of RHO titles.

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Free trial of Routledge Handbooks Online

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The ebooks team is pleased to announce that all Cambridge staff and students can now access the newly launched Routledge Handbooks Online collection. This new platform provides access to Routledge Handbooks, Companions and Worlds publications.This free 60 day trial enables you access to over 15,000 chapters from 325+ available volumes sorted into 18 subject collections. Available subject collections include Asian Studies, Education, Linguistics, Philosophy and Sociology.

To access Routledge Handbooks Online please click on the following link:
http://ezproxy.lib.cam.ac.uk:2048/login?url=https://www.routledgehandbooks.com

(Available on and off campus with a Raven login.)

Content can be searched, sorted and displayed by chapter or by ebook title and is

  • Digital Rights Management (DRM) free Teacher school RHO
  • For unlimited concurrent access
  • Available in HTML or PDF format
  • Downloadable
  • Printable
  • Annotatable

This trial will end on Thursday 12th March, so please do send any comments on the usability of the platform and the content to ebooks@lib.cam.ac.uk before this date. The ebooks team is very interested in how useful you find this collection to your studies and research.

Click on the book covers to link directly to a selection of RHO titles.

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