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Last Updated: Apr 17, 2014
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Web of Science - a key research and citation management database has been relaunched. It is simpler and more intuitive to use with all content badged as Web of Science (previously also known as Web of Knowledge).
The Library can support and inform researchers in all aspects of the research cycle
- Web of Science
Leading index to scholarly literature and authors in the sciences and social sciences (1965+), arts and humanities (1975+). Conference proceedings (1991+). Citation analysis tools include cited reference search and visual reporting. Index. Dates vary
The largest citation and abstract database of peer-reviewed literature and scientific web sources (covers scientific, technical, medical, social sciences literature as well as arts and humanities). Advanced features include tracking and analysis tools for identifying cited references, authors and publications.
Journals and ebooks published by Elsevier and other STM publishers, covering multidiscipinary topics from the life and social sciences, technology and business. as well as science. International. Fulltext. Dates vary
- Academic Search Complete
Multidisciplinary, including area studies, astronomy, biology, chemistry, engineering, ethnic & multicultural studies, food science & technology, geography, geology, law, materials science, mathematics, music, physics, psychology, women's studies, zoology. Fulltext. International. Some content from 1887-
- ProQuest Central
Coverage in a broad range of subject areas. Includes several databases which may be searched either individually or in combinations. International. Fulltext. Dates vary.
- Informit databases
Collection of databases with literature on most topics, including Arts, Business, Education, Engineering, Health, Indigenous, and Technology. Australasian. Dates vary