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Digital History Resources


  • The classic catalogue is the central reference database for accessing documentation. (See FAQs for the traditional OPAC.)

  • The History A-Z list of electronic resources is a list of databases subscribed to by the EUI library or freely available online. It includes CD-ROMs, remote web sites and databases offering online dictionaries, encyclopaedias, biographical indexes, national historical bibliographies, bibliographical databases as well as primary and secondary digital sources.

  • Atelier Multimédia is a portal that covers in-house hosted seminars, that focus on access and usage of electronic resources as well as understanding of digital history issues.

  • DL_HEC_CFA_CFP  explains how to recieve circulated emails that contain Call for papers (CFP) and Call for Applications (CFA) for jobs, grants, summer schools and more.

  • CARRIE (1993-) is a EUI digital library maintained from 2004 and part of the old WWW VL History Central Catalogue, the oldest index to history web resources now part of the History of the Web.

  • Zotero Guide explains how to operate the open source management software Zotero that the EUI supports. There is also an EUI Blog dedicated to Zotero.

  • Virtual Journal Display provides information regarding Tables of Contents of selection of recent major History Journals.

  • EHPS:  European History Primary Sources is an index of scholarly websites that offer online access to freely-available primary sources on the history of Europe.

 

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Page last updated on 25 October 2016