Trial access to Intelex Past Masters collections online

Message from Patricia Killiard, Head of Electronic Services and Systems, Cambridge University Library, 9 April 2010:

Academic Rights Press which represents Intelex, the publisher of the Past Masters collections of full text databases, have just issued the following:

The complete Past Masters portfolio of collections is now accessible on a trial basis for all UK HE institutions until May 30th.

[The access details follow, but it’s probably not a good idea to post the login and password here. You will need to request them from the library.]

The above access details [available from the library] will be valid for all the Philosophy/Classics and English Letters collections – authors include Aristotle, Descartes, Plato, Bacon, Darwin, Blake, Luther and many more. It will also be of interest to historians of science (Boyle), religion (Newman, John Knox, St. Francis of Assisi), and political science (Marx, Engels). The full list a-z list is available when users log in with the above access details.


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2 Responses to Trial access to Intelex Past Masters collections online

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