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Records from the University of Exeter's Middle East Collection, Arab World Documentation Unit and Special Collections are now available on Copac.
Exeter University's records are the first of 12 libraries to be added to Copac as part of the Challenge Fund.
Further information about the libraries to be added are available from the Forthcoming Libraries page.
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The online catalogue of Lambeth Palace Library's printed books collection is now available on COPAC.
Lambeth Palace Library is the historic library of the Archbishops of Canterbury and the principal library and record office for the history of the Church of England.
Lambeth Palace is the second of the Challenge Fund libraries to be loaded. Details of the other libraries to be loaded can be found at Forthcoming Libraries.
The University of Birmingham Library catalogue load is now complete and is available on COPAC.
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Records from the University of Leicester's Special Collections and English Local History Collection are now available on COPAC.
The English Local History Collection contains materials on English local topography, social and political history. The Special Collections include material relating to Leicester authors such as Sue Townsend and Joe Orton, extensive medieval manuscripts and 19th century periodicals.
These records have been loaded as part of the COPAC Challenge Fund.
A new COPAC+ESTC Trial Interface carries out a combined search of the COPAC database plus the English Short Title Catalogue (ESTC) database at the British Library. The records retrieved from ESTC are merged into a single result set with the results from the COPAC database. In the COPAC 'Main search' screen ESTC is included in the 'Libraries' list field. Thus it is possible to restrict a search to ESTC alone, or combine it with one or more other libraries, eg ESTC and the Register of Preservation Surrogates.
The Women's Library printed collections catalogue is now available on COPAC.
The Women's Library is a cultural centre which houses the most extensive collection of women's history in the UK. The printed collections cover subjects such as women's rights, suffrage, sexuality, health, education, employment, reproductive rights, the family, and the home. The main focus is on women in Britain but there is also some international material.
The catalogue has been loaded as part of the COPAC Challenge Fund.
Anne Poulson comes to CURL from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), part of the University of London. Anne has been at SOAS since February 2002 and previously held a number of roles at University College London.
Records from the University of Essex's Latin American collections have been added to COPAC. COPAC already contains records from their Russian and East European Studies collection which were added as part of the CoFoR Project.