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Palestine Guide: Home

Welcome

Welcome to the Library's Palestine Subject Guide!

This guide is a collaboration between Qatar National Library and the Museum of Islamic Art Library as part of the two libraries' series of events about Palestinian history and culture. The guide provides an overview of recommended materials from both institutions related to Palestine, including print books, rare books, journals, reference materials and other resources, print and digital, that are accessible through various websites and platforms. The items are in several different languages, including Arabic, English, French and German.

Reference Librarian

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Rana A. Abdulrahman| رنا العاني
Subjects الموضوعات:
Fine Arts and Architecture الفنون الجميلة والعمارة, Humanities العلوم الإنسانية, Library Science علوم المكتبات

Book Distribution

Qatar National Library books are arranged following the Library of Congress classification. A Library map is available on the website and on each resource page.

Getting Started

You have several ways to find information. Use the: 

Catalog to search for print and non-print collections.

Discovery Search to search for resources available through the online databases.

A-Z List of Titles to search for specific titles of e-journals.

Individual Database if you want to use a specific database. Simply click on the database name and search.

Most databases use a help feature that explains how to conduct simple and advanced searches.

Databases

Use online databases to find electronic articles in journals, newspapers and magazines. You can search for periodical articles by the article's author, title or keyword by using databases in your subject area. To access the A-Z list of journal titles, click here

The guides below is created by librarians to help you navigate the library databases

Questions?
 

Here are some useful quick links that you may want to visit while using this guide.

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