The Open Access week at the EUI is not quite over yet. After the round-table on Open Access in Social Sciences on October 27, the Library, together with the History and Civilisation Department’s Digital History Seminar and OpenEdition Italia holds another event next Wednesday 9 November about Open Access in the humanities and social sciences, which […]
Larry Cooperman, (University of Central Florida Libraries, [email protected]) reviewed the EUI Library and History Department Portal for accessing Open Access Sources, European History Primary Sources for College and Research Libraries News. See here his review quoted also entirely below.
18thConnect (http://www.18thConnect.org) is an extraordinary digital platform for accessing scholarly contents for the 18th century and redistribute them to you without entering single databases. It works only on meta-data search. So you can search freely Early English Books Online or ECCO (Eighteenth century collections online) and many other resources (also crowdsourced resources from individual scholars or research […]
This is the Press release about the European Library Portal for accessing Historic Newspaper from 23 European countries.”As part of the Europeana Newspapers project, The European Library developed a historic newspapers browser that enables users to perform full-text searches in millions of historic newspaper pages.”
On April 18th 2014, the Digital Public Library of America’s celebrated its anniversary: a first year of public access on the web. The DPLA is a platform that connects openly the online contents of many libraries, archives museums and cultural institutions around the USA into a single portal. Everybody can search this digital library and the digital bookshelf in the DPLA […]
CFP: Public History in a Digital World: The Revolution Reconsidered – Amsterdam, Thursday 23 October 2014 – Sat 25 October 2014
International Federation for Public History Conference Public History in a Digital World: The Revolution Reconsidered Amsterdam, Thursday 23 October 2014 – Sat 25 October 2014 FIRST CALL for PROPOSALS Historical sources and narratives about the past infiltrate every corner of the web, from home-made digital media to online exhibitions, across social networks and in virtual […]