Gale Reference Complete on Trial until 31st July

You can now access Gale Reference Complete on extended trial until the end of July. Gale Reference Complete includes the following:

Click on the links to access the different collections and log in with your Kent IT account.

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Gale Academic OneFile
Gale Academic OneFile offers 17,000 scholarly journals and authoritative sources and major reference sets. A multidisciplinary database this is a great starting point for research for science, social science and humanities students.

Benefits of Gale Academic OneFile include:

  • A simple way to search across a range of different source materials; journal articles, news, videos and books.
  • ┬áVisual search tools to help you explore your topic and identify related keywords.
  • Subject guides that help you narrow down what aspect of a topic you are interested in.

Archives Unbound
Archives Unbound provides more than 13 million pages of historical documents with coverage dating back to the medieval period and through to the new millennium. Drawn from major research libraries including the British Library, US and UK National Archives and the Library of Congress. Particular collection strengthens include Britain the Empire, European Colonialism in Africa and Asia, Irish History, Nazism, Arab/ Israeli relations, US foreign policy and Civil Rights Movements.
Of particular interest to History and Politics students this resource provides rich material for a dissertation or thesis based on primary sources.

Gale NewsFile
With 2,300 global newspapers, radio and TV broadcasts and transcripts Gale NewsFile provides a useful supplement to scholarly literature. Narrow your search by news, magazine, reports, images or videos.

Gale Ebooks
Gale ebooks includes reference guides such as the International Directory of Company Histories, as well as Encyclopaedias on Islam and the Muslim World, World Biography, Medicine and Science.

Gale Literature
Gale Literature enables cross-searching of 8 Gale literary databases: Literature Criticism, Literature Resource Center, Contemporary Authors, Dictionary of Literary Biography, LitFinder, Scribner Writer Series, Something About the Author and Twayne’s Author Series.
Researchers and students can easily discover and analyse criticism, book reviews, biographical and bibliographical information on writers from all disciplines, all time periods and from all locations. Results are linked through to full-text where Kent has online subscriptions or resources are open access.
Full-text content includes poetry, short stories and plays. Unique features such as in-depth critical introductions to the lives and works of authors within the time period in which they lived provides insightful and original commentary on the history and influence of literature.

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