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The Digital Concert Hall is the virtual concert venue of the Berliner Philharmoniker on the internet. Here you can experience the orchestra performing live at the Philharmonie in Berlin in around 40 broadcasts every year. A few days after each broadcast, a recording of the concert is available to watch in the archive. Includes music-related documentaries and interviews. Users will need to create an account or to sign up with an existing one in order to watch the concerts.
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The Correspondence of John Dewey, 1871-2007 (I-IV) is a comprehensive electronic edition of letters to, from, and about John Dewey. Includes access to the Past Master Commons series.
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This collection contains EU legislative provisions, International Agreements, the Official Journal C series, Treaties, Complementary Legislation, Preparatory Acts and Working Documents, Jurisprudence, National Transposition Measures, National Case Law, and Parliamentary Questions. You also have access to JustCite, is a legal search engine and citator service that cross-references case law, legislation and journal articles from UK, Irish, EU, and international sources. It indexes content from major legal publishers including JUSTIS, WESTLAW, LexisNexis, Oxford University Press, HeinOnline (journals only).
Access Limited to Members of the WU Law School Community
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Provides full-text access to essential editions of Latin poetry including the works of Ovid, Horace, Virgil, Martial and Propertius. Original Latin texts from the authoritative Oxford Classical Texts series are complemented by texts from other editions, together with translations and commentaries. Look up individual Latin words in the Oxford Latin Dictionary widget.
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Read texts in the original language with a translation alongside, together with commentary notes. Includes the five volume set of Oxford Classical Texts (Duke et al., 1995, Burnet, 1901-7, and Slings, 2003. Translations of most of the important dialogues, including the Apology, Meno, the Republic, and Symposium.
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