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  • Publish Date:2017/03/02
    Modify Date:2017/03/14

邱吉爾歷史資料庫試用Trial Database Available: Churchill Archive Database

Churchill Archive Database
 
歡迎試用邱吉爾歷史資料庫。 
Trial Database Available: Welcome to try out Churchill Archive Database.
 
試用網址URL:連線     
 
試用期間Trial Period:即日起至2017/04/01
帳號密碼:本院IP範圍使用,免帳號密碼
Password-free login via Academia Sinica IP address
 
 
資料庫簡介:
邱吉爾歷史資料庫提供教學與研究的寶貴歷史資料,收錄超過80萬頁的原始文件,資料時間為1874年~1965年,包括19與20世紀邱吉爾的個人信件及與各國家總統總理之間的交流紀錄史料,提供廣泛的主題研究,如婦女與社會變革、帝國主義,以結構的方式向學生介紹歷史文件並探索其學習研究主題的相關性,突顯少量的文件以建議可再進行獨立研究的有用史料。
 
【英文簡介】
The Churchill Archive is designed to support teaching, study and research, providing an invaluable resource for a wide range of courses. It includes more than 800,000 pages of original documents, produced between 1874 and 1965. Documents range from Churchill’s personal correspondence to exchanges between the great leaders of the 19th and 20th centuries. Provide an overview of broader areas of research and study and are based around key teaching topics such as Women and Social Change and Empire and Imperialism. Provide a structured way to introduce students to primary source material and explore its relevance to their study and research topics. Highlight a small number of documents from the Archive and suggest useful parts to explore further as part of independent research.
 
 
注意事項:
請遵守出版社使用規範及版權聲明,並限於個人學術研究或教學目的使用,不得有商業行為以及連續
、大量、有系統的下載檔案。敬請尊重智慧財產權。
Please be advised: 
Please adhere to the provisions in the publisher’s copyright notice. The use of this database is limited to individual academic research or teaching purposes. Any further reproducing or downloading of the contents for any commercial use is strictly prohibited. Copyright violators will be prosecuted.
 
若您有任何建議或疑問,歡迎請洽:歐美所圖書37897214 or37897233
For questions, comments, or suggestions, please contact the IEAS Library at (02)3789-7214 or (02)3789-7233.
 
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