The Library is currently providing free trials to the following resources. We want to hear from YOU! Send us your feedback regarding these resources.
Questions? Contact the Reference & Research Services department at firstname.lastname@example.org or 337-482-6030.
AnthroSource (trial ends September 21)
AnthroSource is the premier online portal serving the research, teaching, and practicing needs of anthropologists. An online service of the American Anthropological Association (AAA), AnthroSource offers access to more than 100 years of anthropological knowledge, which includes more than 250,000 articles from anthropological publications, journals, books, monographs, bulletins and newsletters.
APA Style CENTRAL (trial ends September 21)
APA Style CENTRAL combines sophisticated learning and teaching tools, writing and content processing technology, and full integration of APA's best-selling Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association®.
Journal Evaluation and Highly Cited Research (trial ends September 21)
Journal Evaluation and Highly Cited Research provides the most comprehensive assessments available of people, papers, and publications by providing metrics to help identify influential authors and articles across the research community, factor emerging trends into your programs, making it easier to identify new programs or policy shifts earlier and track their on-going impact. Trial includes access to InCites Journal Citation Reports and InCites Essential Science Indicators. Currently accessible on-campus only. Also available through the Library's Web of Science subscription.
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BrowZine (starting September 12)
BrowZine allows you to easily browse thousands of scholarly journals and alerts you when new articles are available in your favorite journals. It allows you to create a personalized bookshelf and easily save articles for offline reading or export to Zotero, Mendeley, DropBox, iAnnotate, and other services. BrowZine can be used on a computer, table, or smartphone.
Knovel (starting September 12)
Knovel provides full-text access and includes content from 120 publishers and societies (many of engineering’s sacred texts). It also includes interactive tools that can extract data from tables, graphs and mathematical equations to shorten time spent looking up information and testing ‘what if ’ scenarios.