The Library does not subscribe to this database at this time, which is why some of its content is not accessible.

However, the database allows free access to some of its content when the content is under development. You can read more about their development model from their website.

We recommend using the existing, large amounts of online encyclopedias that are already in the Library's collection instead. For example, the Oxford Reference is an online database of encyclopedic and reference entries from various handbooks and encyclopedias also published by Oxford University Press.

Please email us at for online encyclopedias recommendation. 

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