About Bloomsbury Collections
Bloomsbury Collections delivers instant access to quality research and provides libraries with a flexible way to build eBook collections across the humanities and social sciences. It contains over 6,000 titles, featuring content from Bloomsbury’s latest research publications as well as a 100+ year legacy including Continuum, T&T Clark, Bristol Classical Press, Berg, The Arden Shakespeare and Hart Publishing.
Options are flexible to help librarians complete their collections by subject, collection year, or selected series. See collections page for more about available collections.
Titles are now also available to be purchased individually, on a title by title basis, by institutions globally. This new purchase model allows our customers increased flexibility to gain access to Bloomsbury’s scholarship and emphasizes our commitment to customers and the global market demand to acquire titles on an individual basis. See the how to order page for the full title list and contact information. See the T&Cs for GOBI customers here.
Features and Benefits
- Instant access to 100s of key works, easily navigable by research topic
- Cite, share and personalize content
- Search full text of titles; filter by date, series or subject
- Browse by subject
- Find the most relevant book chapters quickly and intuitively
- Hyperlinks: find works in the same subject or by the same author; link between text and endnotes or bibliography
- Download and print chapter PDFs without DRM restriction
- Use on your tablet or smartphone
- Flexible Title by Title or Collections purchase options
- Unlimited access via IP authentication and other standard access methods
- Shibboleth support
- Conforms to accessibility standards
- MARC records with durable links at title level
- DOIs at book and chapter level
- Usage stats including COUNTER 4
- Online and telephone customer and technical support; promotional materials supplied
- Library branding
- Free trials
"...librarians who know their community will be able to add valuable editions to their eBook collection using this resource. This database is most beneficial to academic librarians with eBook users and collections coinciding with those available at Bloomsbury Collections." Library Journal