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Google Scholar is a subset of Google Web Search that provides access to scholarly literature. It is especially useful for interdisciplinary subject searches.
For the most complete access to full-text articles, use the link to Google Scholar on the Libraries' home page; log in using your MyBama user name and password. Google Scholar will recognize you as a UA affiliate and will provide links on the results page to full-text material available in the Libraries' subscription databases.
Google has partnered with libraries, publishers, and authors worldwide to create a digital library of books. As or 2014, more than 30 million titles have been scanned. Access to the full text of the books is provided to the extent allowed by copyright law.
Use Google Books to locate detailed information hidden in scholarly monographs:
The University of Alabama is a regional depository for U.S. government documents. For information about this collection, please see the Libraries' Government Information page, or contact government documents librarian Kevin Walker.
Many government documents, from the U.S. and elsewhere, are available on the Internet.
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