Dr Graham Jones: Libraries and other on-line reference sources
St Andrew, from the web-page of the Eastern Orthodox Church in Great Britain (follow link from the previous page, /grj1/links.html)
- British Library Integrated Catalogue, on-line catalogue of the British Library
- COPAC author/title search of the national Online Public Access Catalogue, providing unified access to the online catalogues of some of the largest university research libraries in the UK and Ireland.
- Library of Congress, the on-line catalogue of the United States' principal library, in Washington DC.
- Libraries on the Web, LibWeb at Berkeley accesses 2,700 pages of academic on-line catalogues in more than 70 countries around the world.
- European libraries, accessed on-line via the Italian Culture Ministry's web-site.
- Stanford University, accessed through the searchable index to its materials for medieval and church studies.
- Wellcome Institute bibliography of the History of Medicine
- University of Oxford unified catalogues
- University of Leicester Library
- National Library of Wales
- University of Wales Aberystwyth, Hugh Owen Library.
- National University of Ireland, Cork, Boole Library.
- North Rhineland and Westphalian universities' joint catalogue, with access also to the Library of Congress and other important on-line catalogues.
- Royal Historical Society bibliography of England and Wales includes articles as well as book titles accessible via a comprehensive search mode.
- ZETOC is the British Library Electronic Table of Contents (ETOC). The database contains details of approximately 20,000 current journals and 16,000 conference proceedings published per year.
- Reference Sources for English Local History compiled by Evelyn Cornell, subject librarian at the University of Leicester.
- Leicester City Libraries' catalogue.
- Encyclopaedia Britannica
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