Harness AM Explorer to transform teaching and research at your institution.
- Award-winning collections spanning the social sciences and humanities, developed in collaboration with leading libraries and archives
- Discover millions of pages of unique primary source content which empower students and researchers to develop critical thinking
- Powerful digital collections that transform teaching and research on important themes such as: Borders and Migrations, Gender and Sexuality, Global History, and War and Conflict
- Single point of access through AM Explorer with built-in federated search functionality across all collections
- Wealth of additional features to enhance student engagement including Handwritten Text Recognition, Data Visualisation, Video and Oral Histories
Join our Upcoming Webinar
Coming to AM Explorer in 2022
Join the Adam Matthew Digital Outreach team for a presentation of new highlights coming to AM Explorer subscriptions in 2022.
We will cover some of the new digitised primary source content being added to the millions of pages already available through AM Explorer and Research Methods Primary Sources, an online learning tool for primary source literacy that can be used in classroom-based and online teaching, as well as for independent study.There will also be a chance to hear about the enhanced support options that can help embed this essential resource for in-person and online teaching and research into the library, classroom and virtual learning environment. There will be time at the end for questions.
Benefits of your Subscription
Introducing AM Explorer to Students: A Subject Liaison Perspective
In July 2020, Adam Matthew Digital hosted a webinar with two librarians whose institutions have successfully integrated AM Explorer into their library systems and services. Jeff Liszka, Department Liaison for Arts and Humanities at Trinity College, Connecticut, and Dr Hope Williard, Academic Subject Librarian at University of Lincoln, UK, shared their experiences with course integration, collection promotion, and building student confidence with primary sources available through AM Explorer.
Assessing Digital Primary Source Usage: Value and Impact for Academic Libraries
This paper aims to explore how digital primary sources are used in parallel with how academic librarians assess usage and value in these collections. By examining key metrics, case studies and literature around assessing impact of digital primary source collections, this white paper interrogates how patronsutilize digital primary sources and whether those case studies draw parallel with the ways in which librarians judge impact and value of such collections in the context of their own institutions.