Historical Periodicals


Make the Most of Your Readex Collections: Interface Training for Fall 2016

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Readex interface training sessions present a brief overview of collection content, highlight key interface features and functionality, and offer suggestions for classroom instruction. Specific examples of how faculty and students use the content are also provided.

Interface training sessions are organized around major Readex collection families.  Register today for one or more of these webinar-based sessions!


inset-AHN-readex2.jpgAmerica’s Historical Newspapers and World Newspaper Archive

REGISTER for September 6 session

Training covers Early American Newspapers, African American Newspapers, Caribbean Newspapers, all World Newspaper Archive series and other newspaper collections.


inset-AHI-readex.jpgAmerica’s Historical Imprints

REGISTER for September 13 session

Training covers Early American Imprints, American Civil War Collection, American Pamphlets, American Slavery Collection, Afro-Americana Imprints, and related collections.

Make the Most of Your Readex Collections: Interface Training for Fall 2016

Learn the major benefits of Readex AllSearch, a new platform for searching across Readex collections

Join an upcoming training and discussion session on Readex AllSearch—a streamlined, mobile-friendly platform for efficiently searching across the Readex collections available at your institution. By consolidating digital collections and document types—historical imprints, newspapers, and government documents—Readex AllSearch enables users to make new and unexpected discoveries. Among the cross-searchable collections are America’s Historical Imprints, America’s Historical Newspapers, U.S. Congressional Serial Set, Foreign Broadcast Information Service Daily Reports, Joint Publications Resarch Service Reports, World Newspaper Archive and others. 

To be held on Thursday, April 28, from 2:00 to 2:45, this session provides an overview of the fully integrated AllSearch platform; its relationship to individual Readex collections; the benefits of cross-searching multiple families of Readex collections; and common teaching and research applications. Training covers key features of the platform, including simple and advanced searching, collection selection, results lists, and document viewing. Also covered are workflow features and the mobile-friendly design.  

Learn the major benefits of Readex AllSearch, a new platform for searching across Readex collections

Interface Training: Make the Most of Your Readex Collections

Readex interface training sessions present a brief overview of collection content, highlight key interface features and functionality, and offer suggestions for classroom instruction. Specific examples of how faculty and students use the content are also provided. Sessions are organized around major Readex collection families. Register today for one or more today. 

 

America’s Historical Newspapers and World Newspaper Archive

Register

Collections covered include Early American Newspapers, African American Newspapers, Hispanic American Newspapers, Ethnic American Newspapers, Caribbean Newspapers, American Newspaper Archive and the World Newspaper Archive.  

 

America's Historical Imprints

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Collections covered include Afro-Americana Imprints, American Civil War Collection, American Pamphlets, American Slavery Collection, Early American Imprints, African History and Culture, Black Authors, Caribbean History and Culture, and American Broadsides and Ephemera.  

 

Interface Training: Make the Most of Your Readex Collections

Just published—The Readex Report: September 2015

IN THIS ISSUE: The curious history of notorious nicknames; the oratory impact of a renowned black author; how the great White North offered welcome and often-overlooked refuge to North American slaves.


War Hawks, Uncle Sam, and The White House: Tracing the Use of Three Phrases in Early American Newspapers

By Donald R. Hickey, Professor, Department of History, Wayne State College

As a student of the early American republic, I’ve always had a fondness for the period’s newspapers.  Newspapers have been published in America since the seventeenth century, and their number steadily rose in the eighteenth century.  By 1775 there were 42 newspapers, and by 1789 there were 92.  Newspapers continued to proliferate in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century, so that by the time of the War of 1812 there were nearly 350.  Most were weeklies, but 49 were published two or three times a week, and another 25 were dailies published in... > Full Story


 W. E. B. Du Bois’s Lectures and Speeches: A Brief History

By Phillip Luke Sinitiere, Visiting Assistant Professor of History, Sam Houston State University

Just published—The Readex Report: September 2015

Attend a Free February Webinar on African American Studies

Readex product director Brett Kolcun will present a live webinar on Feb. 28 for librarians, faculty and students who have an interest in African American studies. This in-depth webinar will explore the content, features and functionality of three acclaimed Archive of Americana collections:

  

 

African American Newspapers, 1827-1998

Attend a Free February Webinar on African American Studies

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