We are pleased to let you know that the OSU Libraries are conducting a trial of ACLS Humanities E-Book. The trial will run through June 30, 2008.
This electronic resource includes 1700 full-text, cross-searchable books in the humanities selected for their continuing importance to students and scholars. In summer 2008, and every year thereafter, HEB will be adding 500 titles to the collection.
The project includes both in-print and out-of print books and adds 500 titles a year. It is a collaboration of the American Council of Learned Societies, various constituent members of the ACLS and nearly 95 publishers.
Areas include: Comparative/World, Africa, America, Asia, Latin America, Europe (Ancient, Medieval, Renaissance, and Modern), the Middle East, Byzantium and the Mediterranean, and Australasia/Oceania, plus Women’s studies, of the Native Peoples of the Americas, and history of Economics, Science and Technology, Archaeology, Art History, Folklore, Religion, Musicology, and Political Science.
Lists of titles can be found online at: http://www.humanitiesebook.org/titlelist.html
This site allows for simultaneous multi-user access; individual books can be added to e-reserve; and you can link from a syllabus to books/chapters. If we subscribe, a cataloging record for each book in the collection will appear in our catalog with a link to the online text.
To try the site, go to: http://www.HumanitiesEBook.org
Although searching and browsing are always unrestricted, to access the full text you will need to use a login and password. Please contact your Subject Librarian</a for the login and password information.
Please let us know what you think of the site and whether you would like us to subscribe. Comments can be submitted on the Database Trial Evaluation Form.