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Scholars Portal is a service available only to faculty and students at Canadian universities and colleges. We are funded by your library to house content licensed by your library.

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University Press Scholarship

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University Press Scholarship Online brings together the best scholarly publishing from around the world. Aggregating monograph content from leading university presses, UPSO offers an unparalleled research tool, making disparately published scholarship easily accessible, highly discoverable, and fully cross-searchable via a single online platform. Research that previously would have required a user to jump between a variety of books and disconnected websites can now be concentrated through the UPSO search engine.Users should be aware that Algoma does not subscribe to all content in UPSO. Please check the availability in the bottom left hand corner of the page for full text items.

myilibrary (E-Books)

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MyiLibrary is a fast growing and comprehensive online e-content platform. It works with the world’s leading academic publishers to provide current scholarship using an easy-to-navigate user interface for fast access to full-text electronic information from recent monographs in all academic disciplines. Algoma University's collections include e-books by Taylor & Francis (12,000+ e-books, Oxford University Press (5,300+ e-books), and Cambridge University Press (2,700+ e-books).

Oxford Scholarship Online

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Oxford Scholarship Online offers unrivaled access to the complete text of 2,763 carefully-selected Oxford books available online for the first time. Subjects covered include Biology, Business and Management, Classical Studies, Economics and Finance, History, Law, Mathematics, Music, Linguistics, Literature, Neuroscience, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Religion and Social Work. Combining excellence with innovation, Oxford Scholarship Online is a unique and invaluable tool for both research and teaching.

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