In addition to the hundreds of databases, thousands of eBooks and millions of journal articles we provide remote online access to via our subject pages and Discover interface we also have a number of eResources on trial at any one time.
Members of Durham University can see what resources we have and gain access to them via:
Given the situation we currently find ourselves in, it is perhaps unsurprising that we have more trials currently available to us than usual. And we need YOUR help to assess if they are worth considering gaining permanent access to. You can offer feedback on any of our trials here
Currently on trial are:
Cambridge Shakespeare – Discover the complete works of Shakespeare together with a wealth of integrated, prize-winning reference material.
Classical Scores Library – The largest and most authoritative resource of in-copyright scores to support teaching and research in classical music. This multivolume series contains more than 53,000 titles and 1.3 million printable pages of the most important scores in classical music, ranging from the Middle Ages to the 21st century.
Gallup Analytics – Access Gallup data from countries that are home to more than 98% of the world’s population through a state-of-the-art Web-based portal. Gallup Analytics puts Gallup’s best global intelligence in users’ hands to help them better understand the strengths and challenges of the world’s countries and regions.
IBISWorld – A leading global provider of industry research and analysis with over 6000 granular reports across 5 geographies.
The Wiley Digital Archive – Consisting of three collections:
- Royal Anthropological Institute : This database offers the digitized archives of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland from 1763 to 2016, and contains a range of searchable manuscripts, correspondence, reports, conference papers, proceedings, maps, surveys, field notes, drawings, data and ephemera produced by the researchers and members of the RAI.
- Royal College of Physicians : This database offers the digitized archives of the Royal College of Physicians of London from 1300 to 1980, and contains a range of searchable monographs, rare books, manuscripts, correspondence, reports, conference papers, medical reports, medical education textbooks, proceedings, lectures, anatomical drawings, public health surveys, photographs, drawings, data and ephemera produced by the researchers and members of the RCP.
- Royal Geographical Society : Digitised collection spanning 500 years of geography, travel and exploration, including one of the largest private map collections in the world.
And coming soon will be:
British Online Archives – Providing access to over 80 collections of primary resources, the website hosts over 3 million records drawn from both private and public archives. These records are organised thematically, covering 1,000 years of world history, from politics and warfare to slavery and medicine.