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International Bibliography of Art [ProQuest]
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ProQuest 
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Web 
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Citations or Abstracts 
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Citations & Abstracts 
Full description

The International Bibliography of Art (IBA) provides access to scholarly literature on western art. IBA is the successor to the Bibliography of the History of Art (BHA), and will continue to use the Getty Research Institute's editorial polices and thesaurus.

 
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Subjects
Classics (Greek and Roman Studies), History, History of Art 
Full on campus access
yes 
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Allows remote access
yes 
Allows walkins
yes 
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Allows commercial use
no 
Allows ill
yes 
Ill notes
5.e: Interlibrary Loan (ILL). Interlibrary Loan of materials retrieved from the Products is allowed provided that the loan is not done in a manner or magnitude that would replace the recipient library’s own subscription to either the Products or the purchase of the underlying Work (e.g., newspaper, magazine or book), and that you comply with any special terms imposed by specific content providers or licensors as required under Section 6(c). With respect to our ProQuest® Dissertations & Theses product and other electronic archives such as Early English Books Online, Interlibrary Loan is restricted to one printed copy of the specifically requested dissertation, book or pamphlet loaned out at any one time. 
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Allows ereserves
yes 
Ereserves notes
5.c: Electronic Reserves. Articles or other works contained in a Product may be included in your electronic reserves systems so long as such use employs durable links to the Products so that a "hit" is registered on ProQuest's on-line platform each time a student views the work on reserve. 
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no 
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Allows archiving
no 
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