Searches for electronic resources and printed materials are available on the SBU website http://www.sbu.unicamp.br/. Below are explanations of all available tabs for search:
Integrated Search – tab All
The search will be carried out in all sources of research available in the UNICAMP Library System: Base Acervus (Unicamp catalog), electronic journals, e-books, databases (reference and full text), digital library and institutional repository. Click here for access.
Catalog (Base Acervus)
Search the collections of Unicamp (books, e-books, theses, dissertations, periodicals and other materials). Click here for access.
It provides a list of a_Z of Electronic Periodicals of the Unicamp Library System, whose contents can be accessed in full text on the Web. This page contains links to periodical accesses that are part of the Capes Portal, to periodicals signed by Unicamp (printed collection and Online) and periodicals with free access. Click here for access.
Does the e-book search available in the Library System. Click here for access.
It presents an alphabetical list of A-Z of the databases signed by Unicamp. The research can be done by the title of the Base, the area of knowledge or the theme of the bases: Bases e-books, Bases evidences, Bases Technical Norms and Bases Patents. Click here for access.
The Digital Library of Unicamp is structured to make available the scientific, academic and intellectual production of the University in electronic / digital format. It offers access to 100% of the theses and dissertations of Unicamp, besides university journals, TCCs, photographs, illustrations, works of art, sound records, magazines, articles, videos and other documents of interest to the scientific, technological and socio- cultural. Click here for access.
The Repository of Scientific and Intellectual Production of Unicamp is the official instrument for collecting, organizing, disseminating and preserving all the knowledge produced at the University. Click here for access.
CAPES Journal Portal It’s a virtual library that collects and provides teaching and research institutions in Brazil the best international scientific production, has a collection of over 36,000 titles with full text, 130 referential bases, 12 bases exclusively dedicated to patents, and books, encyclopedias, reference works, technical standards, statistics and audiovisual content.
|Access to information about theses and dissertations from the graduate programs in the country. http://www.capes.gov.br/servicos/banco-de-teses/|
|ABNT Standards Collection Restricted access to the Unicamp IP or VPN. Currently, disabled printing. http://abntcolecao.com.br/unicamp/|
|Google Scholar Enables research in academic literature including peer-reviewed papers, theses, books, preprints, abstracts and technical reports in all areas of knowledge. http://scholar.google.com.br/|
|Google Books Provides access to the full content of books. http://books.google.com/|
|Digital Unicamp Library Features electronically theses and dissertations in UNICAMP. http://www.bibliotecadigital.unicamp.br/|
|Features electronically theses and dissertations at USP. http://www.teses.usp.br/|
|Features electronically theses and dissertations at Unesp. http://www.athena.biblioteca.unesp.br/F/?func=find-b-0&local_base=BDTD|
|It offers national theses and dissertations in full text catalog. http://bdtd.ibict.br/|
|The NDLTD is an international organization sponsored by UNESCO that is dedicated to promoting the adoption, creation, use, dissemination and preservation of theses and dissertations electronically. http://www.ndltd.org/|
|Database with cover the various areas of knowledge, in addition to Theses and Dissertations. Access to full text from the Unicamp network. http://search.proquest.com/index?accountid=8113|
|The Scientific Electronic Library Online – SciELO is an electronic library covering a selected collection of Brazilian scientific journals. Started in 1997 as a pilot, the SciELO started to operate normally the following year and, today, is an electronic publishing model of scientific journals adopted in the publication of national journal collections in Latin America and the Caribbean, Spain, Portugal and Africa South. the project also operates thematic collections in Public Health, Social and Biodiversity Science. SciELO is the result of a research project of FAPESP – Foundation for Research of the State of São Paulo, in partnership with BIREME – Latin American and Caribbean Center on Health Sciences Information. Since 2002, the project has the support of CNPq – National Council for Scientific and Technological Development. http://www.scielo.org/php/index.php|