Readex AllSearch: On-Demand Training

Readex AllSearch: On-Demand Training

For the first time, students and scholars have the capability to search seamlessly across all Readex digital collections available at their institution. By consolidating all document types—historical imprints, newspapers, and government documents—Readex AllSearch enables users to make new and unexpected discoveries within one streamlined, mobile-friendly new platform.

African American Periodicals: On-Demand Training

African American Periodicals: On-Demand Training

Readex Product Director Brett Kolcun provides interface training for African American Periodicals. Training includes key features, search limiters, locating titles by state or region or topic, title list and calendar page, results list, and document view.  Brett also covers bibliographic controls and teaching and research applications.

Modern Research: A Conversation with Professor Paul Finkelman

Modern Research: A Conversation with Professor Paul Finkelman

Paul Finkelman, a leading authority on American legal history, race relations and religious freedom, discusses the importance of primary documents in his work as a scholar and professor. He explains how digital resources like the U.S. Congressional Serial Set and American Pamphlets can help students discover historical connections and energize their research. 

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Primary Sources Now: A Conversation with Professor David Goldfield

Primary Sources Now: A Conversation with Professor David Goldfield

In this short discussion, David Goldfield, the Robert Lee Bailey Professor of History at the University of North Carolina, Charlotte, describes what sparked his interest in the American Civil War, explains how his use of primary source materials in the classroom has changed, and describes how digital collections of primary sources have impacted his research and his teaching.

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A Redesigned Website and a New Home for the Readex Blog

Longtime readers of the Readex Blog may notice that something looks different. As part of a major website redesign, we’ve been able to bring our blog home, integrating it into our website itself. Benefits include more fluid navigation between blog and website, more opportunities to share posts with friends and colleagues, and the option to receive each new blog post by email. 

While here, we hope you’ll also spend some time on the redesigned readex.com and let us know what you think. A new platform has enabled us to make it easier for new visitors to learn more about us, regular visitors to discover what’s new, and for librarians, faculty, and students to more quickly locate collection information, including reviews, title lists and other essential details. Have we succeeded? Please leave your comments below or use our short survey

A Redesigned Website and a New Home for the Readex Blog

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