New in Electronic Resources
The Library is pleased to announce some exciting new developments in our growing collection of electronic resources.
New titles have been added to RBdigital, the “digital newsstand” that allows members to download magazines to their computer or mobile device and read them using the RBdigital app. The Library now offers the New Yorker, Condé Nast Traveler, National Geographic, and Vogue, in addition to magazines previously available such as the New York Review of Books, the Economist, Harper’s, Utne Reader, and more. New issues are added to RBdigital as they are published. (Unfortunately, the last issue of the the Atlantic available in RBdigital is January 2019.) For more information and to get started, click here.
We also recently added The Grove Dictionary of Art to the resources available in Oxford Art Online. In addition to The Benezit Dictionary of Artists and other Oxford University Press art reference sources, Library members now have access to Grove’s 40,000 authoritative articles on artists, architects, movements, schools, craftsmen, and more. The original print edition, first published in 1996, spans 34 volumes, and the digital version continues to be revised and updated by a team of scholars with new articles added regularly. Entries include bibliographies for further research and there are thousands of searchable images.
And in case you missed it…
Our circulating ebook platform, Cloud Library, now includes downloadable audiobooks. The growing collection of unabridged audiobooks features classics, recent acclaimed fiction, mysteries, young adult and children’s titles, and more. Read more about audiobook downloads here. To browse our collection of ebooks and audiobooks click here, and for more information on using the Cloud Library see this page on our website.
As of summer 2018 we also offer The Loeb Classical Library Digital Edition—more than 500 volumes of ancient Latin, Greek, and English texts from Harvard University Press’ acclaimed Loeb Classical Library. Read more about our subscription to Loeb here.
To explore the other twenty-plus databases that we offer, click the Electronic Resources tab at the top of our home page. If you have any questions, ask at the reference desk or email firstname.lastname@example.org. To use our electronic resources, you will need your Library login. If you don’t have one, email the help desk: email@example.com.
The Library now offers E-Memberships for those primarily interested in using the Library’s collection of electronic resources. Read more about it here.