Digitalia Literature Collection is the world's most current, comprehensive and reliable online Hispanic literature database. The resource's rich critical materials and interdisciplinary approaches allows researches to find the information they need on authors and their works, from all time periods in Spain and Latinamerica.
The collection includes:
More than 1000 e-books on Critical Studies on Literature and Fiction (Scripta Humanistica, Biblioteca Nueva, Calambur, Prensas Universitarias de la Universidad de Zaragoza)
More then 20,000 full text articles, critical essays and reviews from over 20 journals and literary magazines (Anthropos, Quimera, Revista de Libros, Hora de España, Siglo XIX, Hecho teatral, La Nueva Literatura Hispánica, Camp de l'Arpa, Gimlet)
Who is it for:
While particularly useful for high school students and undergraduates for all aspects of literary research, faculty will enjoy in-depth high-level resources for their investigation and teaching. Researchers, writers and in general anyone interested in Literature can benefit from this resource.
- Improved usability based on extensive research into end-user needs
- Cross-searchability with other Digitalia resources such as collection of History, Law, Art, or Philosophy.
- Browse publications and other search indexes
- "How to Cite" feature with export to citation tools (Beta)
- Multiple options for sorting and filtering results
- And much more
How is it organized:
- Digitalia Literature Collection provides a "simple but rich" user experience, which is designed to support the diverse needs and search habits of library users with:
- Easy and accurate results from the homepage whether searching on author names, titles or topics
- Multiple options to refine searches and browse indexes
- Tools like Print, e-mail, Citation Tools and Bookmark are clearly and easily accessible
- Browsable search indexes help users identify the most useful search terms for their needs
- Sort by Relevance, Publication Date and Document Title