Coverage by kind of documents - indexing periodicals, Humanities

Coverage by Kind of Documents

I & A periodicals are also devoted to specific kinds of documents such as periodical articles, patents, theses, conference proceedings, translations, research reports and newspapers. They can either have international or national coverage. They cover either all subjects or a particular subject.

  1. Patents
  2. Translations
  3. Dissertations
  4. Periodical Literature
  5. News paper indexes
  6. Conference Proceedings
  7. Report Literature
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