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Finding Library Resources
The main search tool for UA Libraries, Scout allows you to search the catalog, most of the libraries' databases, and the digital repository Acumen. Scout is a great place to start a broad search on a topic, but more targeted searching may be more successful in the catalog or subject-specific databases.
A-Z Database List
If you want to access to a specific database, you'll find it here. You can filter the list alphabetically, or browse databases by subject area or type of materials.
E-Resources, or E-Journals on the main Libraries page, allows you to search our journal and e-book collection by journal title, or browse by subject.
If the book or article you need is not available through the University Libraries, you can use Interlibrary Loan (ILL) to request a copy from another library.
How to Find Resources at UA Libraries
This video gives a general overview of some of the libraries most useful resources, such as Scout, databases, e-resources to find or browse specific academic journals, the libraries catalog, and UA's special collections.