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This site provides information on the Content of the Irish Research eLibrary initiative, as well as background, history, membership and latest news.

While this site can facilitate links to publishers' websites, the normal access point for fulltext access to journals and databases is via your own library's website.

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Access to Taylor & Francis Online - Tues 9th Aug
Taylor & Francis Online is launching a new platform on Tuesday 9th August. Some features may be unvailable during the launch period.
03.08.2016


Taylor and Francis downtime 24h-25th June
Taylor & Francis Online is expected to be unavailable during a period of four hours due to scheduled database maintenance by their partner, Atypon. This will take place on Friday 24th June 22:00 to Saturday 25th June 02:00 GMT. The platform will be available again after.
23.06.2016


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Making of Modern Law (MoML)
THE MAKING OF MODERN LAW AND GALE ARTEMIS: PRIMARY SOURCES The Making of Modern Law provides researchers with a logical, interdisciplinary approach to the study of legal history. Together, the eight distinct collections that comprise The Making of Modern Law (seven of which are currently available through the Gale Artemis platform) cover nearly every aspect of American and British law and dig deep into the legal traditions of Europe, Latin America, Asia and other jurisdictions, both classic and contemporary. Encompassing a range of analytical, theoretical and practical literature, these collections support and complement the traditional study of law by featuring valuable books from the most influential legal writers throughout history.

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Dublin City University

The availability of the online IReL system which allows researchers to access a wide variety of scientific journals online has been a tremendous help and time saver for researchers at all levels.
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