Orlando: Women's Writing in the British Isles from the Beginnings to the Present is an electronic textbase for research and discovery. It seeks to further the study and understanding of literature, focusing particularly on the part women have played in its development.
Journal of Nutritional Science
Journal of Nutritional Science is an open access journal that welcomes high-quality research articles in all aspects of nutrition.
History for the IB Diploma
Written by experienced examiners, the series covers selected topics from the Standard and Higher Level options in the IB History syllabus.
Stahl Online comprises online versions of the complete set of reference works written or edited by Dr. Stephen M. Stahl, one of the world’s leading psychopharmacologists.
Cambridge English Teacher
Cambridge English Teacher offers the opportunity to develop your skills and connect with other teachers and experts in English language teaching, wherever you are in the world.
Cambridge School Shakespeare
A wealth of free resources for everyone interested in the reading, performing and learning of Shakespeare's plays.
Creativity, Activity, Service
John Cannings, Maria Inés Plaggio, Peter Muir, Tom Brodie Education
Creativity, Activity, Service (CAS) is one of the three core components of the IB Diploma, and focuses on using experience to develop personal and interpersonal learning.
Cambridge IGCSE Geography
Gary Cambers, Steve Sibley Education
A comprehensive edition of Cambridge IGCSE® Geography revised for first teaching in 2014.
Ellie Tragakes Digital Product
Touchstone Blended Learning is a completely customisable suite of print and digital course components.
Global Mental Health
Aims to publish papers that have a broad application of ‘the global point of view’ of mental health issues
International Review of Social History
IRSH's latest issue offers a themed section on the global reception of E. P. Thomson’ field-defining 'The Making of the Working Class'.
The Cambridge Economic History of Australia
Simon Ville and Glenn Withers, Hardback
Australia's economic history is the story of the transformation of an indigenous economy and a small convict settlement into a nation of nearly 23 million people with advanced economic, social and political structures.
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