The Archive of Dulwich College in London, England, holds thousands of pages of manuscripts left to the College by its founder, the eminent actor Edward Alleyn (1566-1626). This archive includes his personal and professional papers and those he inherited from his father-in-law Philip Henslowe (d. 1616). As a group, these manuscripts comprise the largest and most important single extant archive of material on the professional theatre and dramatic performance in early modern England, the age of Shakespeare, Marlowe, Jonson, Middleton, Heywood, Dekker, Chettle, and so many of their contemporaries and colleagues.
The Henslowe-Alleyn Digitaisation Project will make the largest collection of material on professional theatre and dramatic performance in the age of Shakespeare available online.
Regular users of Web of Knowledge:Web of Science databases will be pleased to know that there is now a Refworks button available in the databases for direct export of citations to Refworks. This will make saving references into Refworks more straightforward.
The Institute of Hospitality Information Service has increased the number of e-books available through its service to 400 titles all within the hospitality, tourism and leisure subject area. This complements the existing 50 full-text electronic journals also available. Access the service from the Library’s list of databases and register for your own personal password.
The Tourism Insights online service is no longer updated and will be withdrawn after September 2010. Free information on relevant market intelligence for the UK tourism sector will continue to be made available at: www.visitbritain.org/insightsandstatistics