Bloomsbury Visual Arts - Benefits for Subscribing Institutions

Benefits for Subscribing Institutions

  • Access by IP address, proxy server, Shibboleth, WAYFless URL and other standard authentication methods
  • Unlimited simultaneous users
  • Convenient online account management service
  • New and updated content added once a year
  • Article-level and book-level DOIs
  • COUNTER usage statistics
  • SUSHI service available for automatic harvesting of COUNTER usage statistics
  • MARC records at volume level for all book titles
  • Institutional logo displayed on interface if preferred
  • Conforms to accessibility standards for most Level A (Priority 1) and AA (Priority 2) success criteria of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.0) developed by the Worldwide Web Consortium (W3C). For more information, see our accessibility statement here.
  • Free promotional materials available to help raise awareness and support usage

Find out more about pricing and access options, and how to register for a free, no-obligation 30-day trial for your institution here.

Benefits for students, researchers and teachers

  • Fast, cross-searchable access to interdisciplinary content across closely connected fields visual arts fields - ideal for research and learning within related courses or modules
  • Explore landing pages for each individual resource, or curated thematic pages based on popular searches and course titles, all underpinned by the overarching taxonomy
  • Search and navigate by common themes such as artistic movements spanning architecture, interiors, visual culture and craft
  • Personal account feature allowing users to save books, chapters, articles or other items to view later; organise saved items into folders; email and export citations; save searches and set up search alerts – for seamless navigation to relevant content on each login
  • Related Content links on every content page makes it easy to discover and connect pertinent material
  • Harness learning resources including subject guides, lesson plans and bibliographic guides to support teaching and study within and across collections
  • Intuitive, user-friendly interface for desktop, tablet and mobile – enabling a flexible approach to access and use for quick reference
  • Unsubscribed content will be hidden by default