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These online sources are good places to start researching most architecture and urban design topics. Consult the sources listed under the categories listed on the left of the page for additional suggestions.
There are a number of library catalogs available to UCLA researchers.
Consult the Article Indexes and Databases page to locate articles through databases.
Additional information about locating online journals is available on the Arts Library Browsing Guide.
Google Scholar provides a simple way to search for scholarly articles, theses, and books, from academic publishers, professional societies, universities and other web sites. Users will need to set-up a proxy server or VPN to gain access to Google Scholar.
This is an RSS feed (Beta) of new UCLA Library acquisitions, based on a combination of call numbers and keywords correlated with architecture and urban design subjects.
Newly received online collection: