Portals and Sites of Links
British Academy portal site with links to web sources
BUBL Information Service
Selected Internet resources covering all academic subject areas.
Early Medieval Links
Extensive list of links to various early medieval sites.
EuroDocs: Online Sources for European History
Selected transcriptions, facsimiles and translations.
European History Primary Sources
The Department of History and Civilization and the Library of the European University Institute, Florence, provide this index of scholarly web sites that offer on-line access to primary sources on the history of Europe from Medieval and Early Modern History up to the most recent history of the European integration process. The purpose of European History Primary Sources is to provide historians with an easily searchable index of web sites that offer online access to primary sources on the history of Europe. As the number of digital archives and collections on the internet continues to grow, maintaining an overview becomes increasingly difficult. EHPS strives to fill that gap by selecting the most important collections of digital primary sources for the history of Europe, either as a whole or for individual countries. EHPS is updated continuously and several collaborative features are introduced in the portal. It is very easy to stay updated on new entries and registered users can bookmark entries, leave comments to add their experiences to the descriptions on EHPS listed web sites, complete EHPS abstracts with their own individual experiences and suggest new web sites to be included.
Intute: Arts and Humanities
Artifact and Humbul, two of the hubs of the Resource Discovery Network (RDN), have been integrated to create Intute: Arts and Humanities, a subject group of Intute. In combining the resources and services of these hubs, the Arts and Humanities service of Intute offers an easy-to-use and powerful tool for discovering the best Internet resources for education and research in Creative Arts and Humanities.