Try the Commonwealth iLibrary today!

By Victoria Bird|October 27, 2014|Africa, Ancient Near East, Semitics and Judaica, China and Inner Asia, Development Studies, Economics, History, Middle East, Central Asia & Islamica, Politics and International Relations, South Asia, South East Asia|0 comments

For the first time books and working papers published by The Commonwealth are now available online in a single research repository. We have a trial from 27 October to 27 November inclusive. Access is available on-campus here and off-campus here.

What’s in it?

There are documents on a broad range of topics with special focus on small states, globalization, multilateral trade, export and enterprise development, education, gender, public service management, law and human rights.

Search and user features including citation tool, integrated search results, RSS-feeds and easy access to related content.

Unlimited organisationwide access to content in different formats also for reading on mobile devices and sharing via social networks.

Digitisation of the back catalogue is growing, so this resource will include more resources over time. But you get to be some of the first to try it out.

Additional information: Commonwealth iLibrary brochure: http://assets.oecdcode.org/ilibraryres/commonwealth-ilibrary_flyer2014.pdf

For the first time books and working papers published by The Commonwealth are now available online in a single research repository. We have a trial from 27 October to 27 November inclusive.

Tell us what you think!

Please send feedback to Victoria Bird, vb18@soas.ac.uk

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