Currently weâ€™re retrospectively revamping our entire MARC catalogue to ensure that records are available at a document level and in greater detail for library catalogues and discovery products
Update Summer 2020 â€“ Due to the COVID-19 crisis, we're likely to see delays in MARC delivery for the following collections:
- Medical Services and Warfare, 1928 â€“ 1949 (module 2)
- Early Modern England
- Poverty, Philanthropy and Social Conditions
- Mass Observation Project
- Research Source: Business, Economic and Labour History
We endeavor to build MARC records for every individual document in every Adam Matthew collection. In order to produce MARC sets in a timely manner, we use an automated template to produce document-level records. In addition to this, we do produce full, manual records for serials, monographs and umbrella records for each collection.
If your library have purchased perpetual access to a collection, there are no download limits for authorized users.
You can find a range of case studies on using our collections in teaching and research on our website.
All of our collection sites have a VPAT 508 report and meet compliance with current ADA and CDA legislation. You can find full VPAT audits in the Help section of every collection.
You will find COUNTER 5 statistics for each purchased or trialed collection at counter.amdigital.co.uk. Your login details are given to library staff by our Support team when access is arranged or details requested.
All of our Outreach services are complimentary following purchase of an Adam Matthew collection. You can read more about the services and support options available here.
All our documents, contextual pages and interactive tools have durable URLs allowing for link embedding into LMS platforms such as Blackboard or Moodle. Make sure youâ€™re using the appropriate proxied URLs to ensure off-campus access is seamless. Speak to your library to find out more.