Scholarly coverage for 29 scientific disciplines in the biomedical sciences, physical sciences, and social sciences. Identifies the principal contributions in the primary research literature.
Format: Majority is full-text, Coverage: Some abstracts 1932-; some full-text 1997-, Truncation and Wildcard: Automatic and None, Search Tips: Use "Browse" for table of contents of a volume. May limit by the publication's area of discipline. "Help" on each screen.
This is an information resource created by the National Institute of Health and the National Library of Medicine. The site provides excellent information on Environmental health, but also has a number of searchable databases with scholarly research, data sets, and chemical analyses.
Simultaneously search the most important journals in the social sciences, physical sciences, mathematics, the humanities, and visual and performing arts. Includes 'high impact' scholarly sources. Search by author, topic, affiliation, etc., or follow links to cited sources. Create an individualized sign-in to save results, set up search alerts, and gain access to citation management with the My EndNote Web service. Includes Arts & Humanities Citation Index (AHCI), Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI), Science Citation Index (SCI).
Format: Citations; some full-text via link resolver, Coverage: 1970-present, Truncation and Wildcard: * and * for (any), ? for (1), $ for (0 or 1), Search Tips: Default search is for terms in the order they are entered, use quotation marks for a phrase. Search options include author, title, keyword, and subject. Author first name is initials only. Supports logical connectors AND, OR, NOT, and SAME. Can limit to one or two of the included indexes.