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The original citation index of predominantly STEM fields; used to find current articles that cite earlier work. Note: Web of Science generally does not include conference proceedings in search results.
New / Trial Databases
The following databases are newly acquired or being evaluated for a future subscription.
Video journal and educational materials. Subjects are sciences, engineering, psychology, and medicine. Also lab safety. More details, including information about syllabus and CourseSite integration, can be found here.
Official online version of the ninth edition of the MLA Handbook.
The new, official online version of the ninth edition has been expanded to include many more examples of citations in a wide variety of formats, including digital media like video games and YouTube videos.
scite.ai is a platform that allows anyone to quickly find if a research article has been supported, contradicted, or mentioned by subsequent studies, enabling students and researchers to discover scholarly debates. scite.ai provides snippets of text, providing context for why a citing item *is* citing another item, from articles in every discipline. For a guide with a sample exercise, see here.
Includes The Archives of The New York Academy of Sciences, The Archives of the Royal Anthropological Institute, The Archives of the Royal Geographic Society, The Archives of the Royal College of Physicians, and The History or British Science Archives by the British Association for the Advancement of Sciences