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Sent: 31 July 2008 16:29
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Subject: New BIAB on its way soon...

News Release: 31.7.08

All of your archaeological references and publications in one place: 

Do you ever feel like you spend most of your valuable research time
fruitlessly looking for references and publications? Do you desperately
want to find a single resource that can point you in the direction of
around 200,000 items of research on a huge variety of subjects? The
Council for British Archaeology (CBA) has the answer...

The British and Irish Archaeological Bibliography (biab online) is the
most comprehensive list of everything ever written on British and Irish
archaeology. It contains around 200,000 records on a huge range of
subjects from Palaeolithic DNA to post-medieval housing, and from
sources as wide-ranging as published books, journals and post-graduate

And the best bit? Access to the service is FREE!

biab online is the only online service that enables users to navigate a
list of published archaeological research to find sources of information
on a choice of subjects. And it gets better! From October biab online
will be launching in its new form, providing lots of added features to
make your research easier. From October users will have access to:

*  new and improved search and retrieval options

*  user accounts with saved searches for download direct to your
research documents

*  new user interface & information screens

*  news feeds & current awareness blogs

Look out for further announcements on the biab online news pages at Better still, why not become a CBA member and
receive regular information about a whole range of other publications as
well as biab online? 

*  biab online is an essential tool for anybody carrying out
archaeological research from: 

- undergraduate essays to postdoctoral work
- HERs to archaeological contractors
- television screenwriters to archaeological scientists
- national organisations to local societies

*  biab online can be found at 


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