Books and eBooks Catalog Searching At The University of Alabama
Use Scout to search The University of Alabama Libraries' catalog for books. Scout also simultaneously searches databases and Internet resources. Very useful for quick and general searches.
Use Classic Catalog to search The University of Alabama Libraries' catalog. This is our traditional library catalog search engine and is most useful for specific and highly focused searches.
Books and eBooks At Other Libraries
Use WorldCat to search for books that The University of Alabama does not own. You can request books from other libraries through interlibrary loan.
Database for several interdisciplinary citation indexes including the Science Citation Index. Many full-text references available.
ProQuest Dissertations & Theses includes citations, some abstracts, and many full texts for dissertations and theses ranging from the first U.S. dissertation, accepted in 1861, to those accepted as recently as last semester. The full text of most U.S. dissertations and master’s thesis from 1995 forward is provided including those written at The University of Alabama.
Elsevier published content including access to a large variety of scientific articles, eBooks, and reference sources.
Springer published content including access to a large variety of scientific articles, eBooks, and reference sources.
Wiley published content including access to a large variety of scientific articles, eBooks, and reference sources.
Scopus is one of the largest abstract and citation databases of research literature and quality web sources. Scopus covers 18,500 titles from more than 5,000 international publishers across the sciences, technology, and medicine.
Availability From The University of Alabama Libraries
Check the Electronics Journal Page first to find a specific journal title and determine if The University of Alabama provides electronic access to the article.
If the article is not available electronically, use our Classic Catalog search engine to determine if the The University of Alabama has a print copy available (limit search results to Journal Title).
Availability From Other Libraries
If The University of Alabama Libraries does not provide local access to the article you are looking for, use our ILL (interlibrary loan service) to request a scanned PDF copy from another library. It is completely free to use, and expect your article to arrive within a few days.