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Humanities and Creativity Seminar Guide--Dr. John Miller: Scholarly Article Databases

Recommended Databases

While Scout brings together results from our various databases, searching a specialized subject database, like the ones listed below, can be a more efficient strategy in many cases, as the results will be fewer in number, but definitely relevant to your area of study. 

Quick Links: ILL

Interlibrary loan, or "ILL," is a service that enables you to access books and articles not held in UA libraries. Distance Ed students and approved commuter students can also use ILL to request that books held by UA Libraries be sent to them by mail.

If you need help with an ILL request, please contact the Interlibrary Loan Department; you can reach them at 205-348-4018 or