A scholarly, multi-disciplinary database indexing 17,000+ periodicals and publications; over 8,700 titles are full-text and over 7,600 are peer-reviewed. Coverage: 20th century to present. EBSCO platform.
Indexes the contents from peer-reviewed journals, book chapters, dissertations, and reports in psychology and related disciplines. Coverage from the early 1800's to the present. NOTE: Includes full-text articles from PsycArticles and links to PsycTests. More information (pdf).
Not just for science research! An index to over 21,000 scholarly journals in science, social sciences, and humanities disciplines. This database provides article citation information as well as citation searching. Conference proceedings and some books are also indexed. Coverage: 1900-present. Information from database provider.
Permits searching for articles that cite a known author or work, as well as searching by subject, author, journal, and author address.
• Navigate with cited reference searching and Author Finder.
• Create a visual representation of citation relationships with Citation Mapping.
• Capture citation activity and trends graphically with Citation Report.
• Use the Analyze Tool to identify trends and patterns.
• Arts & Humanities Citation Index (1975-present)
• Book Citation Index– Science (2005-present)
• Book Citation Index– Social Sciences & Humanities (2005-present)
• Conference Proceedings Citation Index- Science (1990-present)
• Conference Proceedings Citation Index- Social Science & Humanities (1990-present)
• Science Citation Index Expanded (1900-present)
• Social Sciences Citation Index (1900-present)
• Emerging Sources Citation Index (2005-present)
• Current Chemical Reactions (CCR-EXPANDED) (1986-present )
(Includes Institut National de la Propriete Industrielle structure data back to 1840)
• Index Chemicus (1993-present)
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Access to free OER (Open Educational Resources) and DRM-free eBooks, searchable by keyword, title and subject. Share DOI links to ebooks via Moodle, websites, etc. Available at no charge for faculty to use through June 30, 2020.
"Chemistry students can explore elements, reactions, crystals, molecules, and compounds. Users can explore 3-D models by zooming in, rotating, and dissecting them. The help section is particularly useful in the case of the modeling software." Available now through June 15, 2020.Product pdf information and Webinar explaining resource (25 min.)
This virtual 3D exploration of human anatomy provides interactive lessons and self-assessment. Access relevant reference materials for further study. *Note: Firefox is the recommended browser.
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• Operating System: 64-bit
• Windows 7 and higher
• Processor: i3 and higher
• Installed Memory (RAM): 4GB and higher
• Graphics card: DX9 (Shadermodel 3.0) or DX11 with feature level 9.3 capabilities
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