Library has arranged trial access to Early Arabic Printed Books From the British Library.
The trial runs through March 14, 2016 :
From publisher’s description:
“Early Arabic Printed Books from the British Library represents the digitization of one of the world’s most important Arabic collections, based on A.G. Ellis’ catalog from 1894. The full collection includes books on a variety of subjects, printed from the fifteenth to nineteenth century in Arabic script, as well as translations into European and Asian languages. Together, these works demonstrate Europe’s fascination with and assimilation of thinking from the Arabic-speaking world. This is the first major text-searchable online archive of pre-20th century Arabic printed books. Early Arabic Printed Books from the British Library is part of Gale’s Arabic program which aims to provide Arabic primary resources for teaching and research. Early Arabic Printed Books from the British Library: Religion and Law features numerous editions of the Qur’an with commentaries, traditions (Hadith), works of the religious life and much more”
More at: http://gale.cengage.co.uk/arabic.aspx
Trial access is available to current faculty, staff and students of Columbia University.
Please send comments and evaluation remarks to firstname.lastname@example.org