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Architecture   Tags: architect, architects, architecture, arts, best_bet, building, buildings, construction, materials, visual resources  

This guide provides access to resources related to the study of architecture, construction, and building systems.
Last Updated: Jul 30, 2014 URL: http://guides.lib.umich.edu/architecture Print Guide RSS Updates

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Try the library's article discovery tool, ArticlesPlus.  ArticlesPlus allows searching across thousands of publishers and millions of documents.  As part of your search, you can limit your results to articles from scholarly journals, from newspapers, or to articles that are available fulltext.

To use ArticlesPlus, simply go to the MLibrary gateway page, click on the ArticlesPlus tab over the Search box, enter your search terms and click "go."   This search feature is available also at the AAEL page: http://www.lib.umich.edu/aael/

Things to remember: 

ArticlesPlus is a very good way to start researching a particular topic.
ArticlesPlus is great for multi-disciplinary and inter-disciplinary research.
ArticlesPlus does not replace subject specific databases for specialized searching, so don't forget about the Avery Index, JSTOR, ScienceDirect, or any of those other standards you've become accustomed to using.
ArticlesPlus is not a book catalog; if you want books, search in Mirlyn.

As the Library develops ArticlesPlus, we welcome your feedback through the Library's feedback form.

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