53.000 books from over 270 years of publishing history now digitally available
Content from the six Royal Irish Academy journals will be available on the MUSE platform by the beginning of 2022.
Nearly fourfold increase in the number of predatory journals listed since the resource launched in 2017 with 4,000 titles, showing consistent growth to keep pace with the ever-expanding universe of predatory publishing operators.
Beginning in 2022, five subscription journals from the Modern Humanities Research Association (MHRA) will be hosted on the MUSE platform.
A new partnership between CORE and Arabic Digital Reform Institute (ADRI), providing services to researchers to store, share and access Arabic academia online.
Researchers can now access 50 years of the culture-defining journalism in Rolling Stone – digitally.
An extensive, searchable digital archive of three essential art magazines, The Magazine ANTIQUES, ARTnews and Art in America
New political extremism and radicalism archive examines the development, ideologies and rhetoric of extreme right-wing groups in America
The EBSCO eBooks™ Open Access Monograph Collection, is DRM-free and available at no cost on the EBSCOhost® platform and discoverable via EBSCO Discovery Service.
A second collection of filmed performances will be added to Drama Online - launching with 10 titles, a further 10 titles will complete this second collection in February 2022.