Tag: periodicals

ReadBug – magazines for the discerning on demand

Update 20/05/16 – The ReadBug trial has been extended until 20 June 2016! ReadBug offers unlimited on demand online access to a selection of the best magazines on the planet, including the current and back issues of Dazed & Confused, AnOther, SLEEK,

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Introducing: 19th Century US Newspapers

Browse newspaper titles by state or place of publication or find articles from across all the available newspapers by searching for where your search terms appear in the full-text of scanned images of every article, feature and illustration for hundreds of 19th century

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Creative Arts Book of the Week 21/09/15

This week’s book, Magazine Movements is by Dr. Laurel Forster, from UoP’s School of Media and Performing Arts.  It extends the current research on women’s magazines into broadcast programmes as well as print media, defining magazines as ‘any media genre of

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New Journal subscription: Aerospace Medicine and Human Performance

Welcome to the New Blue Journal…. So says the editor of the new journal Aerospace Medicine and Human Performance (the official journal of the Aerospace Medical Association). In fact the journal isn’t new, it has had four titles and ten

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Annals of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology

It is that time of year when television weather reports are often accompanied by pollen forecasts. This reminded me of a new journal title that the library now has access to titled, Annals of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology. This electronic

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New Subscription – GFF

GFF is a new library subscription journal available in print and electronically. It is one of the oldest scientific journals with a particular focus on northern Europe. The print run starts at 2015 with an article on Carboniferous tetrapod footprints

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Extra, extra – read all about it!

Newspapers document events and social trends, forming valuable sources of contemporary and historical opinion as well as a record of journalism styles and traditions over time.  Our media collections have been recently expanded, so it is well worth taking a

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Entertainment Industry Magazine Archive

If you are interested in film, television, radio, theatre or music you will love this new addition to library resources.  Entertainment Industry Magazine Archive provides full text access to key historical magazines in these subject areas including Melody Maker, New

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Daily Mail Historical Archive

The Library currently has the Daily Mail Historical Archive available as a trial service. http://find.galegroup.com/dmha/start.do?prodId=DMHA&userGroupName=uniportsmouth Access the full text of articles from 1896 to 2004.  The trial runs until 28th March.  Please send feedback to greta.friggens@port.ac.uk This trial is only

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Daily Courant

On this day in 1702, the first British newspaper, the Daily Courant, was published. The content of its two columns was largely foreign news with no comment on them thus allowing readers to make up their own minds: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daily_Courant A bit different to

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