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Many publishers place their books and other digital resources free of charge during the confinement period. Updated list
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The UAB libraries offer an extensive documentary collection to support teaching and research: more than one million of books, nearly 75,000 periodicals (journals and newspapers) and nearly 200,000 non-book materials (DVD, thesis, maps, etc.) A good part of this collection is in digital format.
Apart from this general collection, the UAB libraries have other specific holdings: special, personal and institutional collections, the university's own production, etc.
With the aim of guaranteeing a harmonious development of the collection, the UAB Libraries elaborate general and specific collection development policies. We encourage you to collaborate in this development through the library order request form, donations or exchange of publications.
There are guides that explain how to find certain types of documents or materials and other guides and thematic websites that provide information about the available resources on a specific subject or degree.
We present a selection of our collections and search tools:
You can search all the printed and electronic resources of the UAB libraries, including our institutional repository (DDD). You have access to full text and availability information of library materials.
In this section you will find several e-theses repositories. We also explain you how to search printed and digital theses.
In this section you will find information about newspapers and magazines in the UAB libraries.
The GEODOC catalog is the reference instrument of the Map Library, offering lists of maps classified by geographical areas.
The CEDOC collects books, brochures, posters and magazine collections about the political situation in Catalonia and Spain.
Rare Books collection
The Rare Books collection contains old documents on broad issues, printed between the 16th and the 20th centuries.
The department specialised in statistical resources covering a vaste range of subjects is located in the Social Sciences Library.