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Bloomsbury Fasion Central - a new online platform in use at Aalto University

It offers access to e-books, reference works, articles, images and lesson plans for educators, students, researchers and professionals in fashion, textiles and related fields.

Bloomsbury Fashion Central includes Berg Fashion Library, Fairchild Books Library and Fashion Photography Archive, and they can be searched with one interface.

Take a tour with videos:
https://www.bloomsburyfashioncentral.com/take-a-tour

E-books will later be found also in collection database Aalto-Finna.
At moment we have a one-year licence to the service.

More information : [email protected]

https://www.bloomsburyfashioncentral.com/

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