Bibliographic database that indexes 250,000 serials published worldwide. It covers all subjects, and includes publications that are published regularly or irregularly and are circulated free of charge or by paid subscription.
Access to Online Resources
The Library's online subscription resources can always be accessed from computers and wireless networks on campus. However, off-campus access is restricted to current UCLA, students, faculty, and staff who have set up their computer using one of the following methods.
A program you can download and install, or use the built-in version on many computers or mobile devices. VPN software must be logged on manually before you access a restricted site, but works for all programs on your computer.
Digitized primary sources on social, political, health, and legal issues impacting LGBTQ communities around the world, including content from newsletters, papers, government documents, manuscripts, pamphlets, and more. Repositories for this collection include: Lesbian Herstory Educational Foundation, Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives, Women's Energy Bank, GLBT Historical Society, National Library of Medicine, and more.
Covers 1475-1900, with searchable full-text books in subjects including religion, law, science, literature, history, and travel. Includes European translations of Arabic works and Arabic translations of European books.
Primary sources from multiple archives that capture the lives, experiences and colonial encounters of people living at the edges of the Anglophone world from 1650-1920. Includes the various colonial frontiers of North America, as well as the settlers of Southern Africa, Australia and New Zealand.
Combined search of all Readex (NewsBank) databases to which UCLA subscribes, including America's Historical Imprints, America's Historical Newspapers, American State Papers, FBIS Daily Reports, U.S. Congressional Serial Set, and World Newspaper Archive.
Annotated prompt books from the Folger Shakespeare Library, chronicling Shakespeare’s plays as performed in British, US, and international theaters between the 17th and 20th centuries.
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