Christian-Muslim Relations. A Bibliographical History (1877-8054) is an electronic reference text available through the Brill Online Reference Works platform. Access is direct on-campus and by university username and password from off-campus. The individual reference work is described as follows:
Christian-Muslim Relations, a Bibliographical History Online is a general online history of relations between the faiths. It covers the period from 600 to 1500, when encounters took place through the extended Mediterranean basin and are recorded in Syriac, Arabic, Greek, Latin and other languages.
Currently available through SFX, a record for this title will be added to Library OneSearch shortly.
Access to Scopus has been enabled in Library OneSearch. Access. is direct on-campus and by university username and password from off-campus. The resource is described as follows:
Scopus is a large and continually updated abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed academic content in the fields of Life Sciences (4,000+ titles), Physical Sciences (7,000+), Health Sciences (6,000+) and Social Sciences and Humanities (5,000+). Not a full-text resources in itself, Scopus provides outbound links to full-text services on other platforms, where these are available. Scopus provides a range of tools to tracks trends, patterns and citation and research impact. For all articles published since 1996, also Scopus provides full details of the references used
The library is trialling access to the new Drama Online resource (currently in beta release). Access to Drama Online is direct on-campus through http://www.dramaonlinelibrary.com/. (During the trial phase, Drama Online will not be included as a database in Library OneSearch).
Drama Online (beta) is a brand new online resource focusing on the theatrical arts. It provides a growing collection of searchable full-text scripts of classic and contemporary drama, along with character, setting and production information. The collection includes browseable lists of plays, playwrights and practitioners, genre and periods; as well as sections on context and criticism.
The reference section of Drama Online provides contextual guides to authors, movements, practitioners, periods and genres as well as guides to peformance and backstage craft. A range of full-colour theatrical production stills are also available.
The library is providing trial access to this resource (which remains in active development during its beta phase) until 12 October 2013. Feedback on the usefulness of Drama Online can be shared with members of the Academic Liaison team.
Access to the Brill Journals Archive has been enabled in SFX.
Brill Journal Archive Online provides access to over fifty thousand articles from more 174 journals published by Brill from their first issue up until 2009.
The twin components of the collection “have been purchased in perpetuity by JISC Collections and are available free of charge to UK Higher and Further Education institutions and Research Councils” which sign the necessary licence.
All 174 titles from the Brill journals archive will be indexed and made available in Library OneSearch later this week.