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Eighteenth Century Collections Online
Eighteenth Century Collections Online (ECCO), Part I. Subject modules: Social Sciences, Fine Arts, General Reference.
This collection of eighteenth century books contains every significant title printed in the United Kingdom between the years 1701 and 1800, within the subject areas Social Sciences, Fine Arts and General Reference. The majority of works in ECCO are in the English language, but works printed in Dutch, French, German, Italian, Latin, Spanish and Welsh are also included. For in-depth information about the contents of the subject modules, please click ”Research Tools” in the green border at the upper right corner of the database screen.
The Gale Primary Sources platform makes it possible to cross-search these collections: The Economist Historical Archive, Eighteenth Century Collections Online, The Financial Times Historical Archive, The Making of the Modern World, The Times Digital Archive, Times Literary Supplement Historical Archive and Nineteenth Century U.S. Newspapers:
|Print article or chapter||Permitted|
|Download article or chapter||Permitted|
|Use of Archive Materials for educational and research purposes only|
|Create printed course pack||Permitted|
|See Scholarly sharing|
|“/…/ No more than three extracts from the Archive Product may be Distributed in a single work, where a work includes but is not limited to, an article, a textbook or an examination paper. "|
|ILL print, fax or secure electronic transmission: Permitted “/…/provided that /…/ ii) the Recipient doesn't /…/distribute or otherwise make the copy available to any other person, (iii) the Recipient makes no commercial use of the copy”|