British Online Archives is pleased to announce that it is continuing its successful partnership with Jisc to provide products at discounted rates to Higher Education Institutions.
British Online Archives is offering a unique opportunity for Jisc member institutions to make significant savings on its most popular primary source collections.
This will allow your students to benefit from expanded access to primary resources, helping them to gain a greater understanding of their chosen subjects, and, hopefully, secure better grades in the process.
Our collections cover a diverse range of subjects and time periods, from colonialism and the world wars to political activism and military intelligence. Each collection is divided into intuitive volumes and accompanied by reference tags, making them ideal for undergraduates and postgraduates, as well as researchers.
This year, we have added five new collections to the Jisc framework: Establishing the Post-War International Order, 1944-1961; Transatlantic Civil Society in Periodicals, 1768-1925; Communisms and the Cold War, 1944-1986; British Labour Party Papers, 1906-1969 and World News in Indian Newspapers, 1782-1908.
Collections made available on the framework have been selected based on their relevance to the subjects that are currently being taught and researched in British universities. All are multi-disciplinary.
So, why not join an ever-growing number of universities from across the globe who enjoy access to our unique content.
You can also find out more about this year’s catalogue of collections here.