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Why choose EBSCO for art research? As the leading provider of information and content for art research, EBSCO excels at integrating products and services to optimize the efficiency of your library and maximize the research experience for your end-users. EBSCO offers a complete art research solution with leading full text databases, eBooks, eJournals, print subscriptions, digital archives, and more. EBSCO Discovery Service brings together all of your art resources, whether from EBSCO or other information partners and makes them easily accessible from one search box. EBSCO Discovery Service is the definitive resource for subject specific academic research. Including art studies, art and architecture source, EBSCO’s premier art database, provides unparalleled coverage of fine art, art history, sculpture, commercial and decorative art, architecture and design, pottery and contemporary art. Sources include more than 750 full text art journals, more than 470 peer-reviewed full text journals as well as dissertations, reviews, and more. With coverage dating as far back as 1928. When you order your eJournals and e-packages through EBSCO, you enhance the end user experience with instant one-click access to full text with SmartLinks Plus. Whether searches originate in an EBSCO database or EBSCO Discovery Service, SmartLinks Plus writes an identity engine, continuously checks the availability, ownership, and location of full text to ensure that users can find the content they want immediately. And everything appears in a single result list. In addition to full text databases and eJournals, EBSCO offers thousands of high quality eBooks from many of the top art publishers. These too are searched along with other full text sources, providing researchers with everything they need for art research all in one place. Databases, eBooks, and eJournals from top content providers will ensure that your researchers find the information they’re looking for. Bringing art students to your library and maximizing the use of your resources. Contact EBSCO today to optimize the art resources at your library.

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