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ENGL 199 - English for Engineering Students

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What are you searching?

You are searching the NEOS Libraries Catalogue.
Explore the print & online collections of UA Library + our NEOS partner libraries.

What you will find:

  • Books/eBooks, 
  • Database titles (but not their contents)
  • Journals/eJournal titles (but not articles) 
  • Musical scores and recordings 
  • Maps
  • Films and DVDs 
  • Periodicals and newspapers
  • Government information 
  • other material held in the U of A Library's collections and those of our NEOS Partner Libraries.  

Search results will provide:

  • a description of items
  • Location and Call Number (for physical items)
  • The option to place a hold on items
  • Links to online sources

At this time, holds and pick ups are facilitated through our Curbside Pick Up Service


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Find Articles. Also known as EBSCO Discovery Service

Find Articles


What are you searching?

  • 300+ databases 
  • Information across a wide range of disciplines.

Check here for a list of databases included ("enabled") in EDS

A search of EDS will provide you with:

  • bibliographic citations for all items + links to full text for many online items, including:
    • journal articles
    • books & book chapters
    • conference proceedings
    • digitized primary source collections
    • images
    • etc.
  • While EDS provides coverage of a broad variety of information sources, it does not search all the online information resources the UA Library provides access to. See "Search for Databases" for information on individual, subject-specific databases, including those not searched by EDS


Not finding what you need in EDS? Need help identifying which databases are suitable for your subject matter? Try one of our Subject Guides to help identify which databases are suitable for your subject matter.


HELP: EBSCO Discovery Help Files or 

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Find Databases. Use a discipline-related database to help focus your search.

Find Databases


What are you searching?

  • The list of databases that the UA Library subscribes to in order to access content best-suited for your topic.

Databases focus on the literature of a specific discipline and may include:

  • Journal articles
  • Conference proceedings
  • Book chapters
  • Numeric data, images, audio & video

Find the databases that work for you:

  • Use a Subject Guide to identify useful databases. The guide will also identify your Subject Librarian, who can provide further research support.
  • Search the Databases List alphabetically or by name
  • Not all databases are the same. Some disciplines will have specific features that will help you narrow down your topic in the most appropriate way. For example: history databases can search by time period, chemistry databases can search by molecular structure, psychology databases can search by methodology.

HELP: Ask Us for help with identifying useful databases, search strategies, and research resources.

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Search our extensive eJournal holdings to find a listing for your eJournal.


What are you searching?

  • Listings of eJournals that are available in the UA Library collection.
  • To see if the UA Library has a specific journal title in print, use Search the Library (Library Catalogue).

NOTE: This listing only identifies journals that we subscribe to; it will not search for individual articles within each journal. Visit "Find Articles" or "Find Databases" to find out how to search for articles and more.



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Google Scholar

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Reach into the collections of:

  • UA Library
  • other libraries worldwide
  • Subscription Databases
  • Open Access collections
  • and more...

For Current UA Students, Staff, Faculty
Instructions to turn on UALibrary "Get It" links:

  • Use this link to Google Scholar
  • Click on google scholar Menu Icon
  • Select "Settings"
  • Select "Library Links"
  • Search "University of Alberta Library"
  • Check off the box beside University of Alberta Library - GetIt @ UAlberta
  • Click Save



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