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Exact Editions is pleased to announce the launch of Opera Now with its complete digital archive that individuals and institutions can now subscribe to. Archived from its very first issue published in April 1989, there are over 250 back issues available, providing a vast wealth of material on the international opera scene.
In Volume 10 we speak with Maria King from the University of Salford.
Word of the Week
Bokeh — a word of Japanese origin that describes the aesthetic quality of the blurred, out-of-focus areas of a photo.
Trainee Academic Support Librarian.
What’s the best part of your job?
Being able to make a difference and feeling like I have had an impact on students who perhaps are struggling or have a lack of confidence.
Favourite book? … Keep Reading
We are now at a stage in our history where the vast majority of students are digital natives and find their information online. Technology continues to evolve at a rapid rate and education must evolve with it by developing new learning strategies and embracing new resources. Social media and the torrent of unreliable sources threaten to cloud the ability of young people to discern between true and false information.
It is well-known that many magazines provide an excellent … Keep Reading
Welcome to the sixth week of archive flashbacks! This week we bring you a glimpse into how robots could transform our daily lives from Foreign Affairs, a fascinating article from The Musical Times analysing Beethoven’s Ninth and Andy Ridgeway shows us the hidden power of our brains in BBC Science Focus.
Foreign Affairs — July/August 2015
In this article, Daniela Rus explores how technological breakthroughs will transform everyday life and analyses the challenges that may arise as … Keep Reading