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Description: Interactive human anatomy atlas. Designed for use by doctors, radiologists, students, & medical imaging specialists. Also known as: Human anatomy: medical imaging & illustrations. 
Access Information: Off-campus access requires Blazer ID & password.
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Provides access to online books through the Lister Hill Library catalog and A-Z list.

 
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Off-campus access requires Blazer ID & password (for most E-Books).

 
Description: List of electronic, online journals. Check the catalog for print journals. 
Access Information: Off-campus access requires Blazer ID & password.
 
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Collection of e-books on a variety of topics. Previously known as NetLibrary.

 
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Off-campus access requires Blazer ID & password.

1 simultaneous user.

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Description: Collection of health science e-books. 
Access Information: Off-campus access requires Blazer ID & password.

1 simultaneous user.
 
Description: Access to UAB's EbscoHost databases via mobile devices such as iPhone, iPod, & Blackberry. 
Access Information: Off-campus access requires Blazer ID & password.
 
Description: Periodicals, books, & yearbooks on education. 
Access Information: Off-campus access requires Blazer ID & password.
 
Description: Cross-cultural database that contains over 350,000 pages of information on all aspects of cultural & social life. Search or browse by culture or country. 
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Off-campus access requires Blazer ID & password.

 
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Contains various publications from many agencies, boards & commissions within Alabama state government. From the Alabama Department of Archives & History.

 
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Free

 
Description: UAB electronic theses & dissertations (ETD). Search the catalog for print theses & dissertations. Electronic theses dissertations (including embargoed titles) are also accessible through the catalog. 
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Covers international biomedical literature from 1947 to the present day.

 
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Off-campus access requires Blazer ID & password.


 
Description: Envirofacts Master Chemical Integrator. Chemical data from various databases. 
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Description: Online encyclopedia. 
Access Information: Off-campus access requires Blazer ID & password.
 
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Online bibliographic management software.

 
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Must create individual account using UAB email address.

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Description: Databases related to toxicology & environmental health. Includes TOXNET. 
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Drug & clinical reference for more than 3,300 drugs (brand & generic).

 
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Free

Mobile version available.

 
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Journal articles & reports in education.

 
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Off-campus access requires Blazer ID & password.

Mobile version available.

Can also access thru OCLC & ProQuest.

 
Description: Best practices for research & academic writers. 
 
 
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Practice exam questions that simulate those on the USMLE, certification review, & board exams.

 
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Off-campus access requires Blazer ID & password.

Individual registration with UAB email address required.

Description: Full text articles in over 500 journals covering business, education, humanities, science, & social science. 
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Eye & vision resources on the Web. Compiled by Association of Vision Science Librarians (AVSL).

 
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Free

 
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