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Gale and 18thConnect Partner to Improve Access to Eighteenth Century Documents

[18thConnect’s work with Gale/Cengage has been publicized by a press release, copied in this message. Users of 18thConnect already have access to citations from Gale’s ECCO catalog here.] Farmington Hills, Mich., Nov. 4, 2010 — Gale, part of Cengage Learning, and 18thConnect, a scholarly organization dedicated to forging links between eighteenth-century archives and today’s digital […]

Featured Search: Napoleon

Thanks to the newly-added resource, British Cartoon Prints, from the Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division, a keyword search for “Napoleon” yields some interesting results in 18thConnect. Over a hundred objects are available from six different archives, 118 of which are open-access. Click here to browse the set in 18thConnect.

18thConnect and Zotero

Over a the NINES blog, a new feature of Collex (the software that powers both NINES and 18thConnect) has been unveiled: Zotero-friendly metadata is now served up for each object in the shared index. If you are a Firefox user and you’ve installed Zotero as a plug-in, a little folder icon will appear in the […]

New resource: The Old Bailey Online

18thConnect and NINES are happy to announce our newest resource: The Old Bailey Online, a fully searchable edition of the largest body of texts detailing the lives of non-elite people ever published, containing 197,745 criminal trials held at London’s central criminal court. In all, The Old Bailey Online brings more than 104,000 full-text objects into […]