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|Abstracts in Social Gerontology (from EBSCOHost)||A mixed full text and bibliographic service|
|Academic Search Complete (from EBSCOHost)||A mixed full text and bibliographic service for all subjects|
|ACM Guide to computing literature||Includes computing books, journals, proceedings and theses.|
|AFI Catalog (American Film Institute)||Leading resource of American film information, covering history of American cinema from 1893 to 1974.|
|America: History and Life (from EBSCOHost)||Index of literature covering the history and culture of North America including indexing for 1700 journals from 1964-|
|Analytical Abstracts (from the RSC)||Techniques and applications in the analytical sciences. 1980-|
|L'anneé philologique||Comprehensive index to scholarly work in Classical Studies, covering journal articles, books, and conference proceedings from 1924- until two years ago.|
|Anthropological Index||Early 1960s onwards|
|Annual Bibliography of English Language & Literature (ABELL): Literature Online (from ProQuest)||Lists articles, books and reviews concerning English language and literature published worldwide 1920-. Part of the Literature Online service.|
|Art and Architecture Complete (from EBSCOHost)
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|Art Index Retrospective (from EBSCOHost)|
|Arts and Humanities Citation Index (included in Web of Science)||1975-|
|Art Source (from EBSCO)||Database covering a broad range of art and architecture related subjects, and including many unique sources not previously available|
|ADS from NASA||NASA Astrophysics Data System. Digital Library for Physics, Astrophysics, and Instrumentation.|
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