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Full-text access to nearly 2400 journals (of which approx. 2000 are peer reviewed). More than 16000 journal and magazine articles are searchable and have abstracts. Subjects covered include: Biology / Chemistry / Engineering / Law / Music / Physics / Psychology / Religion & Theology
This is a vast collection of indexes of 19th century literature - an important resource for historical research pre-1930 - that brings together over 70 subject indexes to: periodicals, books, newspapers, US and UK government documents and US patents, image archives, and more.
Encompasses the largest collection of primary source full-text electronic editions in philosophy in the world. The series includes significant collections in the history of political thought and theory, religious studies, education, German studies, sociology, the history and philosophy of science, economics, and classics. Contents include published and unpublished works, articles, essays, reviews, and correspondence.
See the U of A Library Open Access Publishing research guide for more information and links to freely available eResources including scholarly journal articles.
The University of Alberta Libraries are committed to furthering knowledge through digitization, digital preservation and digital repositories for research and historical content.
For more see: Digital Initiatives
Several U of A publications were digitized as part of the 2008 Centenary celebrations. Showcasing the University's rich history of student, faculty and alumni publication, you can now view and search back issues of Folio, The Trail, The New Trail, Poundmaker and The Gateway.
An unparalleled collection of digitized materials reflecting western Canadian history and the culture of the Canadian prairies. Contains books, newspapers, images and more.
People of all ages will enjoy this opportunity to join Sam Steele as he journeys across Canada and overseas, experiencing his unique perspective as he helped to build our nation.
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