Readex AllSearch—a streamlined, mobile-friendly platform for efficiently searching across Readex collections—is now available. By consolidating all major digital collections and document types—historical imprints, newspapers, and government documents—Readex AllSearch enables users to make new and unexpected discoveries, whether on a desktop computer or any mobile device.
For the first time, students and scholars have the capability to search seamlessly across all Readex digital collections available at their institution. The list of cross-searchable collections includes America's Historical Newspapers, America’s Historical Imprints, U.S. Congressional Serial Set, Foreign Broadcast Information Service (FBIS) Daily Reports, Joint Publications Research Service (JPRS) Reports and World Newspaper Archive.
Other examples of consolidated searches that can now be undertaken—depending upon their availability at your institution—include:
- African American Newspapers, African American Periodicals, and Black Authors
- African Newspapers and African History and Culture
- Caribbean Newspapers and Caribbean History and Culture
- American Pamphlets and Early American Newspapers
- U.S. Congressional Serial Set and American State Papers
- And nearly every other combination imaginable!
Readex AllSearch dramatically enhances document discovery by providing an easy-to-use gateway to collections that may be unfamiliar to researchers but highly relevant to their research.
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