How the IHR is supporting historians, from March 2020

In this period of uncertainty and closures, the IHR looks to support historians, and their research, with a range of digital initiatives.

April 2020: New guide to Open and Free Access Research Materials

The IHR has created an extensive guide to Open and Free Access Materials for online historical research, in response to the closure of libraries & archives.

March 2020: Free access to all British History Online content

To 31 July 2020 we're making all transcribed BHO content freely available for individual users. This adds 200 volumes of primary materials for research.

Supporting the historical community from March 2020: the IHR's contribution

Though the IHR building is currently closed, and some activities on hold, IHR staff - and the Institute - remain here for the communities we serve.

IHR digital resources for research and teaching

The IHR is responsible for creating and developing a wide range of online historical resources, to support research and teaching.

Keep up-to-date via 'On History', the IHR blog

The IHR blog 'On History' carries news and features on new digital initiatives at a time of restricted access to the Institute and to libraries and archives.

Keep in touch with IHR social media

News and information - on ongoing projects, initiatives and virtual gatherings - during this period via the IHR's Twitter, Instagram and Facebook channels.

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