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Access to Westlaw has changed.
Leiden University Library has temporary access to the database “ IA Reporter ”.
The library has taken a trial of Worldwide Political Science Abstracts. This database will be available until the 11th of March 2013.
The Digital National Security Archive (DNSA) contains the most comprehensive set of declassified American government documents available. It can now be accessed online through our catalogue
Leiden University Libraries has full access to Brill's Asian Studies e-books Online, a large collection of ebooks in the field of Asian studies.
IWA-base available now.
Now available: the Parker Library on the Web , a a full-image database of the manuscripts in the historic Parker Library at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge.
Linguistic Bibliography Online available now.
Leiden University Library has expanded her subscription to ProQuest Dissertations and Theses - Abstracts & Index with full-text access.
The world literature at your fingertips: The Literary Encyclopedia Online .
The Chicago Manual of Style online (CMS) is a style guide for American English published since 1906 by the University of Chicago Presss.
Kürschners Deutscher Gelehrten-Kalender Online available now
International Encyclopedia of Political Science Online available now.
Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders available now.
New in the collection: eBooks of Cambridge University Press!
The Ancient World Online and Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum available now.
In the new agreement with Sage, signed at the end of last year, is chosen for the most extended package offered by Sage namely Sage Premier 2012, with 608 active journals.
Leiden University Library aquired four important online sources for Middle Eastern Studies: BABO The bibliography of Arabic Books Online, Brockelmann Online, The Encyclopedia of Arabic Language and Linguistics and MEMO1: Pioneer Orientalists.
Newly available: the image library ARTstor, full of image collections in diverse fields of the arts and sciences. Museums, archives, documentation centres, and other institutions worldwide add new material to ARTstor every day, making this an important tool for education and research.