Primary digital resources used in the project:

 

British Periodicals (Chadwyk-Healey): affords searchable access to the full text of hundreds of periodicals from late 17th to early 20th centuries. Access only for licensed users (including NTNU).

The Burney Collection (Gale): the most comprehensive gathering of early English news media. Access only for licensed users (including NTNU).

Gallica – bibliothèque numérique (French National Library and partners): gives access to 18th-century periodicals published in France and/or in French. Free access.

Le gazetier universel. Ressources numériques sur la presse ancienne (Institut des sciences de l’homme): digital library dedicated to 17th- and 18th-century French periodicals; unites and organizes the resources from various libraries and digitization projects. Free access.

Dictionnaire des journaux (1600-1789) (Institut des sciences de l'homme): online dictionary of French periodicals during the Ancien Régime. Free access.

Dictionnaire des journalistes (1600-1789) (Institut des sciences de l'homme): online dictionary of French journalists during the Ancien Régime. Free access.

La presse lyonnaise de 1790 à 1944 (Numelyo - Bibliothèque numérique de Lyon): gives access to the periodical press in Lyon. Free access.

Eighteenth Century Journals: A Portal for Newspapers and Periodicals, c. 1685-1835 (Adam Matthew): dedicated to enlightenment publications; brings together the periodical holdings of 8 research libraries in the UK and USA. Access only for licensed users (no access for NTNU users as of yet).

British Newspaper Archive (British Library): unites several newspaper collections under a single platform. Access only for licensed users (no access for NTNU users as of yet).

English Broadside Ballad Archive (University of California at Santa Barbara): digitized images and texts of ballads and broadsides from the seventeenth, eighteenth, and nineteenth centuries. Free access.

Richard Heaton's Index to Digitalised British and Irish Newspapers Online Beta