Accessing EEBO

Our free access has ended.  We are grateful to Proquest for this temporary access.

The link below to Alice Eardley’s video guide to EEBO remains active.


Posted earlier:

Between February 22 and March 12, readers of this blog can access EEBO, thanks to the generosity of Proquest.  To access EEBO, click here.

Alice Eardley, a Research Fellow in the Centre for the Study of the Renaissance and Part Time Tutor in the English Department and Comparative Literary Studies Department at the University of Warwick, has produced a useful video guide for students that takes them through an EEBO search.  It’s a thoughtful and carefully designed introduction.

One Response to “Accessing EEBO”

  1. Free Access to ‘Early English Books Online’ until March 12 « Enfilade Says:

    […] March 12 Posted in resources by enfilade18thc on February 25, 2010 Anna Battigelli, of Early Modern Online Bibliography, sends the following […]

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