QMUL offers students and staff a range of books, journals, databases and media in electronic formats. These can be found through the library home page using the search box and the E-journals & Databases list and can be accessed on or off campus on a variety of devices.
Electronic Arts Intermix provides unique access to a collection of new and historical media works, especially experimental films that wouldn’t be otherwise available in Europe. The online subscription allows access to a vast library of titles that have been digitized exclusively by EAI. It is therefore a valuable resource for film students and scholars interested in archival work as well as essays and bibliographies on the subject of independent cinema. EAI fosters the preservation and distribution of media art through an educational framework to encourage the appreciation and study of these rare but influential works.
An EAI membership not only supports this cultural mission, but also provides Queen Mary students with the opportunity to view and be inspired by these incredibly innovative pieces of art that are part of larger social and cultural landscape. At the moment, we have several film students working on experimental film work for their doctoral study (Rho, Dymond) as well as members of staff in the film dept. (Pick, Chamarette, Bolton, Harbord, Eastwood). But the subscription will benefit students and scholars from across HSS whose research involved moving image work.
- New JSTOR journals
- More Ovid medical journals
- Nature Archive
- The Telegraph Historical Archive
- Times Literary Supplement Historical Archive 1902-2014
- British officers’ diaries from World War 1, 1914-1919
- New channels on BoB (Box fo Broadcasts)
Issues with Lexis and Nexis have already been reported. Apologies for the inconvenience.