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Essentially a vast Library catalogue. Contains descriptions of nearly 40 million books, theses, pamphlets, music, sound recordings, maps, audio-visual material, computer software, internet resources, etc.

Covers ca.1000 BC to the present.

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EndNote info

You can save your references to EndNote in the following ways:

Desktop EndNote - Direct export - Find out more about saving references into Desktop EndNote

EndNote online - Download & import using the 'WorldCat (OCLC)' import option - follow the steps below:

  1. After selecting the references you wish to download, click Export
  2. Choose the following options:
    - Export : Marked records from this search
    - Export to: Text file
  3. Click Export
  4. Save the file as a text document.
  5. Import the file into EndNote online using the WorldCat (OCLC) Import option.

Find out more about saving references into EndNote online

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