All 68 volumes of the Acta Sanctorum as published by the Société des Bollandistes. The encyclopaedia documents the lives of Saints from 1643 to 1940, organised by each saint's feast day.
Acland's Video Atlas of Human Anatomy
Video recordings involving human cadaveric specimens, with glossary and tests.
ACM (Association for Computing Machinery) Digital Library
The ACM Digital Library is a research, discovery and networking platform containing all ACM publications in addition to a collection of curated and hosted full-text publications from select publishers, and the ACM Guide to Computing Literature, a comprehensive bibliographic database focused exclusively on computing.
Primary sources on UK family history, including birth, marriage, and death records (1837-2005); census returns (1841-1911); and military and migration records [on campus access only]
Bibliographic database on classical history, providing an index to and abstract of scholarly works on Ancient Greece and Rome.
APA PsycInfo is a comprehensive database for psychology, with extensive coverage of related disciplines produced by the American Psychological Association. It includes references to journal articles, dissertations, books and book chapters, and reports.
Arbitrator Research Tool (ART)
Legal research database, part of Global Arbitration Review, with profiles of international arbitrators and counsel [username/password required for off-campus access, email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.]
Archive of Celtic-Latin Literature
Collection of ancient Celtic-Latin literary texts published from 400 AD to 1200 AD.
Collection of Medieval-Latin translations of the works of ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle.
19th Century British Pamphlets
Collection of 26,000 pamphlets providing primary sources on 19th century British society, politics and economics, including: Cowen Tracts (1603-1898), Earl Grey (1800-1900), Foreign and Commonwealth Office (1545-1900), Hume Tracts (1769-1890), Knowsley (1792-1868), Wilson Anti-Slavery (1761-1900), and collections from Bristol, London School of Economics, and Manchester universities.