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Excellent online resource for plays, critical analysis and performance. Lots of full-text plays and playwright information.
Drama Online user guide
BoB is an on demand TV and radio service for education. Record programmes from over 65 free-to-air channels, and search the extensive archive.
BoB user guide
Provides a growing number of recent British theatre productions with study guides, interviews with leading playwrights, directors, producers, actors, and technical theatre staff.
Digital Theatre + user guide
Interactive online learning modules on anatomy and physiology, systems of the body and cell biology.
Includes interactive 3D models and animations, as well as case studies, clinical content and quizzes.
Primal Pictures user guide
Academic edition of this well known and highly respected reference book. Search for articles, biographies, primary sources and statistics.
Britannica Academic Encyclopedia user guide
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