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Lent Term Issue 21 2014

Romeo and Juliet balcony scene Pics on Facebook and Twi9er Film: h9p://ow.ly/tRk4s Thanks to Rose Reade and Ma*lda Wnek (and Charlo9e Quinney as the Nurse)

News Welcome to Helen Murphy, our new Deputy Librarian Work Experience - If you are thinking about a career in libraries, please contact us as we would be happy to introduce you to all we do - it’s much more interes*ng than you might think! Referencing Surgeries Year 2 & 3 Times to be announced shortly‌‌... STOP PRESS UL purchases the following 1. Routledge’s English Historical Documents permanent online access 2. Ben Jonson Online - On-campus access: h9p://bit.ly/1c8tqQg 3. London Review of Books h9p://bit.ly/1heOvf8 4. Digital Diconary of American Regional English : DARE

Selected Visual Poecs A display curated by Redell Olsen (Judith E. Wilson Poetry Fellow) is now up in the Benson Gallery in the Library. Addi*onal material is also available on the plasma screen. Do drop by and take a look.


E-resources and services updates and changes 2. BrillOnline Primary Sources plaIorm Primary Sources oers access to over six million high resolu*on scans of documents, research data, models, illustra*ve images and associated metadata in over 70 collec*ons in 9 dierent subject areas. Scholars are oered access to Brill’s primary source collec*ons in an a9rac*ve and easy to use online environment.

New on ejournals@cambridge A-Z : h9p://ow.ly/tRlkx 1. PMLA: Publica ons of the Modern Language Associa on of America; Now available to the University of Cambridge online from vol. 117 (2002) to present. 2. London Journal: A Review of Metropolitan Society Past and Present; Now available to the University of Cambridge online from volume 1 (1975) to present. New to eresources@cambridge: h9p://www.lib.cam.ac.uk/eresources/index.php 1. The First World War: Propaganda and Recruitment ; Material from the renowned War Reserve Collec*on from Cambridge University Library is included in this resource. This collec*on includes Bri*sh, French and German books, periodicals, pamphlets and ephemera rela*ng to the 1914-1919 war.

For all new resources informa*on and much more read the UL’s blog covering news, advice and updates on new content: h9p://ejournalscambridge.wordpress.com/

How busy is the English Faculty Library According to our sta*s*cs you keep on using the Library - for borrowing, browsing, studying etc. So, some stats JUST for Michaelmas term 2013‌‌‌.. 29,700 items were borrowed or renewed online You suggested more than 50 items (books/dvds) for purchase Nearly 25,500 items were shelved by library staff There were more than 29,500 user visits to the library We had over 75 room bookings for supervisions and classes

We always value your feedback and hope that you feel able to tell us what your needs are. Once every THREE years we run a survey for all undergraduates - here’s your chance to complete one! The link: h7p://ow.ly/tQNkT Please use this opportunity to tell us what you think GRAD Survey coming next term‌‌‌‌...

Zotero is useful for STORING informaon, creang forma7ed BIBLIOGRAPHIES and much much more‌‌.. It will help you save TIME in both research and teaching. Have a look at: Pucke7’s ‘Zotero : a guide for librarians, researchers and educators’. See also: h7p://ow.ly/tQDz8

Need to know something? Contact us‌‌. In person: Whenever the Library is open Email: elib@hermes.cam.ac.uk Website: h9p://lib.english.cam.ac.uk/ Text us: +447624805883 We’re on Facebook and Twi er


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