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ECO - Electronic Collections Online from FirstSearch

ECO indexes citations, abstracts, and full-text of journals subscribed to by the Virginia Tech Libraries in all subject areas. Articles are presented in PDF, including original content and images.

Subjects covered include:

  • agriculture
  • anthropology
  • business
  • economics
  • education
  • fine arts
  • geography
  • history
  • language
  • law
  • library science
  • literature
  • medicine
  • philosophy
  • political science
  • psychology
  • religion
  • science
  • social sciences
  • technology

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1995-Feb 1, 2012


September 13, 2010

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