Designed to support research relating to the Atlantic provinces of Canada, the Atlantic Canada Portal is a collaborative effort of the Electronic Text Centre and Dr Margaret Conrad, the former Canada Research Chair in Atlantic Canada Studies.
The Atlantic Canada Theatre Site (ACTS), is an electronic resources centre for research information on Canadian theatre generally and 19th century Atlantic theatre in particular.
Selected from the Winslow Papers held by UNB Archives and Special Collections, this collection features the diaries of eighteenth-century Loyalist adventurer, Benjamin Marston.
An electronic collection of more than 12,000 poems dating from the 17th to the early 19th centuries, Canadian Poetry is selected by a board of Canadian scholars. This collection was created by the ETC and is published by Chadwyck-Healey Literature Collections.
The Connell Memorial Herbarium Database was created in partnership with the Department of Biology at the University of New Brunswick with the assistance of the Centre for Digital Scholarship. It features over 55,000 records, almost half of which with full-color scanned specimens.
D.U.C.T. (Digitally Unified Collections of Text) is a repository for collection-level metadata and projects that are related to the TAPoR project as a whole. It features an administration system for maintaining metadata, a fully functional search engine and browse component, a customizable user interface, user-commentable records using the W3C Annotea specification, and the export of metadata in RSLP-compliant XML.
A finding aid to The Educational Review for the years 1887-1912 (volumes 1-25). The Educational Review contains articles, news and historical material relating to the Maritime provinces and was a prominent voice in the region’s teaching profession for nearly a century.
UNB's Electronic Theses & Dissertations (ETD) project offers graduate students the option to write, review, and submit their theses and dissertations electronically.
The English Poetry Database, published by Chadwyck-Healey Literature Collections, features 4,450 works by 1,350 poets from the Anglo-Saxon period to the end of the nineteenth century. The collection is accessible to users at New Brunswick schools and libraries, and the University of New Brunswick.
A collaboration among: Dalhousie Faculty of Architecture; Sexton Design & Technology Library; the Atlantic Architects' Initiative; and the provincial architectural associations of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, and Prince Edward Island.