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We've just added over 20 million items that can be accessed remotely with your Reader Pass, with thanks to the publishers for granting permission for us to do this.

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From databases to digital archives, politics to performance, you can now access more e-resources from wherever you are than ever before, and we’ll be adding more over the next few months.

Newly-added resources include:

  • 67 databases of business, social science and humanities journal articles, ebooks and other material from Proquest
  • Dance, theatre, film and ethnography databases from Alexander Street Press
  • Digital archives from Adam Matthew Digital covering international history, politics, literature, theatre and other subjects
  • The Churchill Archives and Drama Online from Bloomsbury.

This is on top of the 25 million items already available remotely to readers, via e-resources including digitised newspapers from Readex-Newsbank, politics and social affairs resources from British Online Archives, business and social science databases from EBSCO, Credo Reference (biographies and articles on every subject), and the Arts & Humanities Citation Index, Web of Science and other databases from Clarivate.

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