Provides digital access to primary source materials in eleven thematic modules, covering key subject areas and supporting multi-disciplinary research, selected from the extensive microfilm back catalog of Adam Matthew Publications from Renaissance literature to 20th-century global politics.
Sources from Britain and America covering subjects
such as Keynesian economic policy in post-war
Britain, international labour movements, the London
Stock Exchange, and papers of influential economists.
An array of sources for the study of the British Empire
including material on British colonial policy and government,
perspectives on life in British colonies, and the relationship
between gender and empire, race and class
A range of primary source content covering social,
cultural, political, scientific and religious perspectives.
Topics include the Black Death, the Restoration of the
English monarchy and the Glorious Revolution.
Provides digital access to primary source materials selected from the extensive microfilm back catalog of Adam Matthew Publications. Primary sources offering insight into many aspects of the war, including government policy, the war in the Pacific and the war in Europe.
A comprehensive source for a wide range of video and text material focusing on engineering failures and successes that includes documentaries, accident reports, experiments, visualizations, case studies, lectures and interviews from leading engineering institutions around the world.
is a unified interface that provides students, educators, researchers, and the public with access to NASA’s historical technical literature, including conference papers, journal articles, meeting papers, patents, research reports, images, movies, and technical videos – scientific and technical information (STI) created or funded by NASA.
Offers high-definition recordings of William Shakespeare’s plays featuring the world’s best Shakespearean actors, like David Tennant, Sir Antony Sher and Simon Russell Beale, and directors like Robin Lough and Dewi Humphrey, including famous performances such as The Tempest, King Lear, Hamlet, along with supplemental teaching materials to help students engage more deeply with the material and enhance the overall learning experience.
Scopus is a comprehensive, curated abstract and citation database that finds relevant and authoritative research, identifies experts and provides access to reliable data, metrics and analytical tool across a wide variety of disciplines.
The USC Shoah Foundation Visual History Archive (VHA) is a streaming collection of primary source video testimonies from survivors of and witnesses to genocide, including the: 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda; Anti-Rohingya Mass Violence (August-October 2017); Armenian Genocide (1915-23); Cambodian Genocide (1975-1979); European Holocaust (1939-1945); Guatemalan Genocide (1978-1996); Nanjing Massacre (1937); Central African Republic (2012-Present); South Sudan Civil War, (2013-present); contemporary antisemitism against Jews; and war and genocide in Bosnia & Herzegovina (1992-1995). The largest digital archive of its kind in the world, the VHA offers insight into life before, during, and after the interviewee’s experience with genocide.