Medieval and Early Modern Sources Online (MEMSO) is a constantly growing and sophisticated electronic resource for the study of Britain during the medieval and early modern period (c.1000-c.1850). It combines the key printed sources for English, Irish, Scottish and Colonial history with original manuscripts, advanced web technologies and a unique user interface.
Designed by historians for historians, MEMSO’s interface is a powerful virtual desktop that enables users to work with multiple books and manuscripts simultaneously. Personalized bookshelves, full-text search capabilities, integrated mapping and reference tools, and a new mobile web app, together with TannerRitchie’s renowned navigable ebooks, have all made MEMSO an indispensable and comprehensive online database for leading universities, researchers and libraries around the world.
Moreover, MEMSO is used widely throughout the humanities and faculties of law, making it an extremely cost-efficient resource that can also be tailored to fit your research and teaching needs through TannerRitchie’s ‘request-a-book’ feature.
For more information on MEMSO, please visit www.tannerritchie.com/memso to view an online brochure.
Trial URL: sources.tannerritchie.com
This trial runs until 20th June 2013.