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Bloomsbury Medieval Studies is a new interdisciplinary digital resource with a global perspective which will open up the medieval world for students and scholars. It brings together high-quality secondary content with visual primary sources, a brand new reference work and material culture images into one cross-searchable platform, to support this rich field of study.
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Circle Lab Knowledge Hub is an online platform of case studies which explore circular economic business models and strategies in practice which tackle universal and local challenges relating to sustainability, moving away from the linear ‘make, use and dispose’ model. Topics include design (such as materials, textiles and products) and industries (such as retail, food, financial services, IT & communications, tourism, and logistics). Case studies can be searched by economic strategy type, by sector/industry, and by impact areas.
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IRDB (Institutional Repositories DataBase 学術機関リポジトリデータベース) is a database service that provides a catalogue of research articles written at Japanese universities. It provides a way to find academic articles research written in Japanese, many available freely and open access.
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Learn about the latest research, reviews and news from across all of the Nature journals by subject
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RISS (한구교육학술정보원) is a search engine to find articles from Korean academic journals, written in Korean. Many articles are available freely.
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WARC is an advertising and marketing research database which provides access to over 11,000 global case studies. It also provides webinars and a Strategy Toolkit course for marketing strategists. The database can be searched, or browsed by topic. Topic coverage includes branding, consumer research and media strategies, for diverse sectors including food and drink, politics, retail, healthcare, media, education, entertainment, and luxury markets.
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