We are pleased to announce trial access to the following digital resources. Please send your feedback about the importance of these resources for your research and teaching.
Arabian Boundary Disputes is designed as an historical and legal dossier on the development of the international boundaries within the Arabian peninsula, and includes material covering the Arabian peninsula´s most critical territorial disputes: Iran-Iraq, Iraq-Kuwait, Bahrain-Qatar and Saudi Arabia-Yemen. Each boundary is documented from its origins in international diplomacy up to 1992, the year of publication of this collection.
Please send your feedback to Niamh Wallace.
Trial period: September 23 - October 19, 2016
Invite the Berliner Philharmoniker into your living room! Enjoy great video streamed concerts in high definition and with excellent sound. Each season, around 40 concerts are broadcasted live and they can also be viewed at a later date in the concert archive. The archive already contains hundreds of recordings with all the great artists of classical music. There are also fascinating documentaries and bonus films.
NOTE: Individual registration and login is required to access videos. After setting up your personal account from the above link, please use the following link from off campus to access the site, login with your personal account and view the videos: https://www.digitalconcerthall.com.
Please send your feedback to Jennifer Nichols.
Trial period: September 15 - October 16, 2016
Mango Languages creates lovable language-learning experiences for language fanatics worldwide. Each Mango lesson incorporates the four key conversational components crucial for successful communication: vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar, and culture. Please send your feedback to Ping Situ.
Trial period: August 22 - September 30, 2016
Psychopathology Review is an e-journal created to publish cutting-edge reviews and theoretical articles relevant to psychopathology, clinical psychology, and psychiatry. Published papers can include systematic reviews, literature reviews, meta-analyses, and theoretical articles. Please send your feedback to Elizabeth Kline.
Trial period: September 15, 2015, to December 31, 2016
Last modified: September 23, 2016