New eresources : e-Anatomy and vet-Anatomy (IMAIOS)

Cambridge University members now have access to the IMAIOS e-Anatomy and vet-Anatomy databases, following the conclusion of  our recent trials.

 

e-Anatomy is an award-winning interactive atlas of human anatomy. It is the most complete reference of human anatomy available on web, iPad, iPhone and android devices. Explore over 6700 anatomic structures and more than 670 000 translated medical labels.

 

 

vet-Anatomy is an interactive atlas of veterinary anatomy based on medical imaging. vet-Anatomy has been created on the same framework than the popular award-wining e-Anatomy, but dedicated to animals.

Text from the publisher website.

 

You can also access e-Anatomy and vet-Anatomy  via the Databases A-Z.

New eresource : Global Digimap

Cambridge University members now have access to Global Digimap.

From the publisher website:

“Global Digimap provides access to global datasets in cartographic styles and downloadable formats that are useful to you. The service provides the following:

An easy to use interface to allow you to browse, annotate and print global maps.

A data download facility to providing access to global datasets for use in GIS software”

Find information about access to the Digimap collections available to Cambridge University students and academics.

Global Digimap via this direct link or the Databases A-Z.

New eresource : Bloomsbury Cultural History

Cambridge University members now have access to Bloomsbury Cultural History.

From the publisher website:

Bloomsbury Cultural History is an unparalleled digital reference tool providing students and researchers with exclusive digital access to Bloomsbury’s ground-breaking Cultural Histories series. Comprising curated and illustrated reference works alongside extensive eBook and image collections Bloomsbury Cultural History presents essential content within a single, fully cross-searchable platform.

Access Bloomsbury Cultural History via this direct link or the Databases A-Z.

Mass Observation Project : 1980s – access until 31st July 2020

Access to the Mass Observation Project : 1980s is now available until 31st July 2020.

Please send your feedback about this collection, or any of the other collections temporarily available, via the online form.

Launched in 1981 by the University of Sussex as a rebirth of the original 1937 Mass Observation, its founders’ aim was to document the social history of Britain by recruiting volunteers to write about their lives and opinions. Still growing, it is one of the most important sources available for qualitative social data in the UK.

This collection consists of the directives (questionnaires) sent out by Mass Observation in the 1980s and the thousands of responses to them from the hundreds of Mass Observers.

A user guide is available to help you make the most of the resource.

New eresource : British Small Animal Veterinary Association Library (BSAVA)

The British Small Animal Veterinary Association Library is available to member of the University of Cambridge after the conclusion of our previous trial.

BSAVA publishes a world-renowned series of manuals that provide a comprehensive dataset of chapters covering small animal clinical practice. Many of the chapters and books cross-refer to each other and the content of each manual is designed in the context of other existing titles in the series.

BSAVA’s publications are available at the granularity of chapter, article, drug entry, client leaflet, congress lecture summary and so on. A search will show everything that is relevant to your enquiry – whether from a manual, a Companion article or a Congress lecture.

Each item has been ‘tagged’ where appropriate to help you easily find material on particular clinical topics or animals, or content that is aimed at a particular audience such as practice managers or has a focus such as professional and personal development.

The Library has been designed to be simple and intuitive and is ‘responsive’ so that it will work easily on mobile devices as well as computers.

Key resources include:

BSAVA manuals

Formulary

Congress lectures

Companion 

Nottingham French Studies

New on ejournals@cambridge A-Z :

Nottingham French Studies

 

From the Edinburgh University Press website:

Nottingham French Studies is dedicated to the entire range of French and Francophone studies, including: literature, culture, postcolonial studies, gender studies, film and visual studies, translation, thought, history, politics and linguistics, and covering all historical periods from medieval to the 21st century.

The journal aims to represent established as well as new and emerging areas of research in the field of French studies.”

Now available to the University of Cambridge electronically from volume 39 (2000) to present.

Access Nottingham French Studies via the ejournals@cambridge A-Z or at this link.

Deleuze and Guattari Studies

New on ejournals@cambridge A-Z :

DELEUZE AND GUATTARI STUDIES

From the Edinburgh University Press website:

“A bold and genuinely interdisciplinary journal, Deleuze and Guattari Studies does not limit itself to any one field: it is neither a philosophy journal, nor a literature journal, nor a cultural studies journal, but all three and more. Articles explore the work of Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari, as well as critical reviews of the growing field, new translations and annotated bibliographies.”

Now available to the University of Cambridge electronically from volume 1 (2007) to present.

Access Deleuze and Guattari Studies via the ejournals@cambridge A-Z or at this link.

Derrida Today

New on ejournals@cambridge A-Z :

Derrida Today

From the Edinburgh University Press website:

Derrida Today focuses on what Derrida’s thought offers to contemporary debates about politics, society and global affairs. Controversies about power, violence, identity, globalisation, the resurgence of religion, economics and the role of critique all agitate public policy, media dialogue and academic debate. Derrida Today explores how Derridean thought and deconstruction make significant contributions to this debate, and reconsider the terms on which it takes place.”

Now available to the University of Cambridge electronically from volume 1 (2008) to present.

Access the Derrida Today via the ejournals@cambridge A-Z or at this link.

Image credit: ‘Jacques Derrida for PIFAL’ by Arturo Espinosa on Flickr – https://flic.kr/p/e45o3B 

Linguistics Vanguard

New on ejournals@cambridge A-Z :

Linguistics Vanguard

From the de Gruyter website:

Linguistics Vanguard is a new channel for high quality articles and innovative approaches in all major fields of linguistics. This multimodal journal is published solely online and provides an accessible platform supporting both traditional and new kinds of publications. Linguistics Vanguard seeks to publish concise and up-to-date reports on the state of the art in linguistics as well as cutting-edge research papers. With its topical breadth of coverage and anticipated quick rate of production, it is one of the leading platforms for scientific exchange in linguistics. Its broad theoretical range, international scope, and diversity of article formats engage students and scholars alike.”

Now available to the University of Cambridge electronically from volume 1 (2015) to present.

Access the Linguistics Vanguard via the ejournals@cambridge A-Z or at this link.

Edinburgh Law Review

New on ejournals@cambridge A-Z :

Edinburgh Law Review

From the Edinburgh University Press website:

“An international forum for the discussion of law

  • High-quality, original, refereed academic writing
  • Contemporary substantive law, legal theory and history, and other aspects of the study of law in its social and cultural context
  • Focus on Scots law and the Scottish legal system, setting the law of Scotland in an international and comparative context
  • Coverage of interest for a modern European ius commune
  • Discussion of issues common to mixed legal systems
  • Analysis of developments in legislation and of court decisions
  • Reviews of major academic works”

Now available to the University of Cambridge electronically from volume 4 (2000) to present.

Access the CounterText via the ejournals@cambridge A-Z or at this link.

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