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Free Workshop: Search the Early English Books Online Database
English literature, history, philosophy, linguistics, & the fine arts come to life in EEBO, Early English Books Online!
Scholars can now search & read thousands of varied texts (1473-1700) & images: proclamations & statutes for historians, sermons and versions of the King James Bible for religious scholars, literature for all subjects. Researchers get unparalleled glimpses into 16 & 17th century British life, from catalogs, pamphlets, almanacs, treatises, and more.
Searching EEBO just got easier—enroll in a free lunch/workshop at KSL:
April 10th, 11:15-11:45 a.m.
KSL Dampeer Room, 2nd floor
Hands-on Workshop 11:45-1:15 with database representative.
NOTE: RSVPs are essential. Case faculty, students, & staff can RSVP to KSL administration, or call 68-2992.
Print a workshop flier to remind yourself, your department, or your study group about this opportunity!
EEBO is a database licensed for Case faculty, students, and staff on campus network connections, or with a logged-on Case VPN access (wireless or remote connections.)
Posted by Karen Oye on April 1, 2008 05:50 PM