Acland’s Video Atlas of Human Anatomy
3 dimensional online version of Robert Acland’s eminent atlas showing anatomy from fresh human specimens and real body movement.
The online version comprises 5 volumes: volume 1 the upper extremity, volume 2 the lower extremity, volume 3 the trunk, volume 4 the head and neck, volume 5 the internal organs. Each volume contains a series of step-by-step video tutorials. The atlas includes a glossary, an A to Z index, and a test yourself exam preparation.
Literary Print Culture
Literary Print Culture provides access to the archive of the Stationer’s Company, which was central to the development and maintenance of English copyright and publishing. The digital archive covers the period 1554-1984 and includes the Entry Book of Copies (Stationers’ Company Registers), Constitutional Records, Court Records, Membership Records, Financial Records, Trade Records, General Administrative Records, Charities and Property Records. The collection is an important primary source for studying the history of the book as well as publishing history, the history of copyright and the workings of an early London Livery Company.
Master Techniques in Orthopaedic Surgery Book Collection 2018
Integrated access to package of 15 ebooks in the Master Techniques in Orthopedic Surgery series from Lippincott, one of the world’s leading sources of medical, nursing and health sciences publishing.
Access comprehensive principles and practice guides as well as focused quick reference materials on surgical techniques and best practice procedures.
Archives Unbound: International women’s periodicals, 1786-1933: social and political issues
This resource provides online access 57 women’s magazine and journal publications covering the late eighteenth century to the 1930s. The material allows researchers to explore the role of women in society and the development of the public lives of women as the push for women’s rights (woman suffrage, fair pay, better working conditions, etc.) grew in the United States and England.
British Catholic History
British Catholic History (formerly titled Recusant History) acts as a forum for innovative, vibrant, transnational, inter-disciplinary scholarship resulting from research on the history of British and Irish Catholicism at home and throughout the world. BCH publishes peer-reviewed original research articles, review articles and shorter reviews of works on all aspects of British and Irish Catholic history from the 15th Century up to the present day.