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Links 1 through 10 of 1490 LSE Library's Bookmarks

The Law Student from Westlaw provides learning resources for law students from Westlaw's publisher.

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The Public Lectures collection is an fantastic new collection which "exemplifies LSE’s mission to advance social science as a tool for the betterment of society and to address socio-economic problems by freely exchanging ideas, research and knowledge." Browse or search the collection of lectures from 1990 - 2006.

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A site dedicated to the development of researchers. Content includes career development, events for researchers, funding opportunities.

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Videolectures.Net was started at Jozef Stefan Institute, Slovenia, Europe in early 2002. It aims to provide a portal for accessing free online videos and training films. The site covers a full range of subject areas from the sciences, humanities and social sciences. The society section includes materials relating to gender, the information society, politics, social networks, ICT and more. They include academic lectures from leading European and US colleges and institutions, conference related webcasts, and some materials/ tutorials related to specific courses. They include contributions from leading thinkers such as Noam Chomsky and Slavojek.

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The Institute for Research on Poverty (IRP) is a university-based center for research into the causes and consequences of poverty and social inequality in the United States. Improved understanding of the causes and consequences of poverty and inequality requires a focused, multidisciplinary, and multi-method research effort. Since its founding in 1966, IRP has been building a cadre of distinguished social scientists to contribute to this important work.

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A great new site which enables you to trace 19th century British Empire trade data and visualize it in new exciting new ways. Find out more about the economic history of hundreds of major commodities imported into Britain from 1800-1900 such as cocoa; cotton; wool; wheat; sugar; tea; butter; silk and rice. The project has been undertaken as a part of the Digging Into Data programme supported by the Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC). It has international involvement from University of Edinburgh; University of St Andrews and University of Saskatchewan, Canada. The site uses text mining technology to locate where commodities were mentioned in major historic documents, (including Foreign and Commonwealth Office reports and Canadian government documents) enabling research into their impact on the economy and society in general. Many links to documents lead to web sources. In some cases the items are on open access, in others reference is made to subscription databases where

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It aims to make legislation, case law and legal literature more accessible to researchers, journalists and the European public. The project is co-funded by the European Union, DG Justice under the Civil Justice Action Grant 2013 and supported by a number of leading academic institutions including the University of Amsterdam , University of Sussex, The London School of Economics and Political Science and the Salzburg University of Applied Science. While the the project is still in its infancy, and is current analysing possibilities for opening up existing data, its website does already have available some information tools and apps for cross searching national legal databases.

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Envia is a new service being developed to improve the discovery and access of environmental science information. It is a collaboration between the The British Library and Living With Environmental Change (LWEC) , a partnership of 22 public sector organisations who fund and carry out environmental research. Types of information available include PhD theses, statistical data, government reports and materials produced by the organisations. The site is currently in beta with an emphasis upon resources relating to flood and flood prevention but it looks really great and is certainly a resource which is likely to become invaluable in the future.

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The first ever global ranking of countries by inclusion of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) service members in the armed forces has just been developed by the The Hague Centre for Strategic Studies (HCSS). The methodology includes 19 factors and is explained in full on the website. Topics include inclusion, persecution, tolerance.

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over 107 German language historic newspapers from Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin. They include key titles from 19th century Prussia as well, as a project to cover titles from the former DDR. The latter includes: Neues Deutschland April 1946- October 1990, Berliner Zeitung May 1945 – December 1993 and Neue Zeit July 1945 – July 1994. Free registration required to access the full text.

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