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Catalogues and Indexes
A catalogue lists the holdings of an organization, typically a library, and provides a means to search those holdings. Indexes usually provide an access point to information within a larger publication.
So, for instance, a catalogue can tell you whether or not a library collects a particular magazine. An index will tell you whether a particular article was published within that magazine and how to access it. However, recent innovations - like our Library Search tool that look through many online collections at once, and the growth of full-text e-books and e-journals - have blurred the distinction between catalogues and indexes.
An open access repository of pre-print articles in the fields of mathematics, physics, economics, engineering and more.
Glenbow Museum - Archives Photo Catalogue
Contains historical photographs, illustrations, cartoons and posters documenting development of the Canadian West.
Representative Poetry Online
An anthology of 4800 poems in English and French produced by University of Toronto Libraries.
A service that allows you to find books and other items at many of Alberta's public and academic libraries with a single search.