Exact Editions is pleased to announce that the modern archive of children’s magazine Remus is now available to institutional subscribers on the digital platform, with the full archive coming soon. Published by the British Museum three times a year, the growing archive currently spans over 30 issues over 14 years providing a wealth of historical contents for readers with a keen interest in history to explore.
Founded in 1753, the British Museum is one of the oldest and greatest publicly funded museums in the world, exhibiting two million years of human history and culture. The Museum is driven by an insatiable curiosity for the world, a deep belief in objects as reliable witnesses and documents of human history, sound research, as well as the desire to expand and share knowledge.
Remus is part of the benefits package for the Young Friend Membership offered by the British Museum. Perfect for 8–15 year olds with curious minds and a sense of adventure, readers can discover two million years of human history and learn the stories of the remarkable people who came before us with each issue packed with fun facts and activities.
The Exact Editions digital platform allows for a flexible, user-friendly and enhanced experience in exploring magazine archives. Subscribers to Remus will discover a range of features including:
- Advanced search function enabling search of keywords, author and more.
- A neat stacking interface allowing for ease of browsing years and decades.
- Syncing issues for offline reading.
- A clean, high-quality interface faithful to the print edition.
- New issue notifications alerting readers to the availability of the next issue.
Also published by the British Museum and available to institutions on the Exact Editions digital platform is its triannaul publication, The British Museum Magazine, that explores the Museum’s collection of 8 million objects through the eyes of its curators and experts and showcases the latest exhibitions, acquisitions and research from across the Museum and around the world.
For institutions interested in requesting a free trial of Remus, please click here.
For institutions interested in requesting a free trial of The British Museum Magazine, please click here.
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