Coverage for State Papers Online, 1509-1714: Part IV
'University of York provides students with access to government documents'
'Final set of Tudor and Stuart state secrets goes online'
BBC Radio Scotland interview
'Interview with Publisher of History and Politics, Julia de Mowbray'
'Gunpowder Plot documents among millions of papers put online by The National Archives'
'Historical Wikileaks' reveal Stuart-era fear of Auld Alliance plot
'Planned French invasion of Scotland found in 17th century spy documents'
'Stuart period documents go online'
'Fourth and final part of State Papers Online'
Coverage forState Papers Online, 1509-1714: Part III
'Power and rule in 17th century Britain – The Stuarts revealed in Part III of State Papers Online'
'The dramatic and politically charged lives of the Stuarts'
Coverage forState Papers Online, 1509-1714: Part II
'Crossing the Borders of Tudor England – Launching Part II of State Papers Online'
'Take a tour through the Tudor state'
'State Papers Online: Part II'
'State Papers Online Part II goes live'
'Crossing the Borders of Tudor England - Launching Part II of State Papers Online'
Coverage forState Papers Online, 1509-1714: Part I
'New resource unlocks the vault of history: 200 years of history, politics and government go online'
Review of State Papers Online by Paul Ayris
Library & Information Update, January/February 2009, pp. 34-35. www.cilip.org.uk/update
History Today November 2008 issue
Professor Norman Jones' article - 'Advice to Elizabeth'
Dr Amanda Bevan's article - 'Tudor life: the facts behind the frills'
The Sunday Telegraph
'Henry VIII's love for Anne Boleyn revealed'
Times Higher Education
'Veritable armada of history online'
UKPRwire.com - 18.11.2008
'State Papers Online unlocks the vault of history'
IWR (Information World Review)
'Tudor and State England now a digital resource'
'State Papers Online released'
Research Information (online) - 18.11.2008
'State Papers Online 1509 -1714'
How Publishers market resources - State Papers Online
History Today Blog - 18.11.2008
'First Part of State Papers Online project now live'
'Discussion: State Papers - newly released Tudor era documents online'