THE SCREEN STUDIES platform, published by Bloomsbury, has been added to the current list of temporary additional electronic and online resources in the Find Databases service.
The listing for resource indicates that access is by university username and password. The resource is described as follows:
Screen Studies offers a broad range of content from Bloomsbury, Faber & Faber and the British Film Institute to support the full breadth of moving-image studies. It is designed to support the work of academics and students engaged in research and learning in film history, theory and practice.
It includes screenplays from screenwriters including Christopher Nolan, Wes Anderson, Joel and Ethan Coen and many others. Alongside award-winning screenplays, it comprises an interactive timeline of film history, an expanding collection of film stills, and more than 240 eBooks from both Bloomsbury and Faber & Faber. Available eBook content includes film biographies, scholarly monographs, filmmaking and screenwriting guides.
Screen Studies explores films, directors and genres from across the world, covering the US, Europe, Asia and beyond, with contents indexed by regions, and well as by genres and approaches.
Screen Studies is available to university staff and students until at least the end of May 2020.
THE LAW TROVE platform, from Oxford University Press, has been added to the current list of temporary additional electronic and online resources in the Find Databases services.
The listing for resource indicates that access to the resource is by university username and password. The resource is described as follows:
The Law Trove platform from Oxford University Press contains around 200 law textbooks covering a wide range of legal subject areas. All the titles in the collection are fully searchable. Materials can also be filtered by specific subject or by level of study.
Law Trove is available to university staff and students until at least the end of May 2020.
DURING THE CURRENT closure of the campus libraries, LLR is making additional electronic resources available for off-campus access by staff and students.
This material is a mixture of content that publishers are making openly available to Higher Education institutions during the Covid-19 pandemic, and materials that the library has been able to licence paid-access to for a time-limited period.
The current full list of additional resources is available from the dedicated Find Databases link https://llr.ntu.ac.uk/dbaz/index.php?extra=y.
More resources are being added to list as new access arrangements are finalised.
Each of these resources has been added to the relevant subject sub-categories in the Find Databases service, and can be identified by the New temporary resource icon show below.