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50 Cool Search Engines for Serious ReadersThe Internet has proven itself as a valuable resource for all types of readers, from collectors of rare books to tech-minded readers who shop, network and download books online. But if you’re having trouble finding exactly what you need, whether it’s a book review, a book by a certain author, or a digitized anthology for your class at an online college for creative writing, you’ll want to use sophisticated tools that direct you to high-quality resources. Here are 50 cool search engines for serious readers and students. For even more great search engines, read our updated list. eBooksRevistas Científicas de la Universidad de MurciaÚltimos números (2015) Agosto: Daimon, Núm 65 Julio:Oxford OpenOxford Open OUP Supports Open Access Oxford University Press (OUP) is mission-driven to facilitate the widest possible dissemination of high-quality research. We embrace both green and gold open access (OA) publishing to support this mission. A Proven Track Record of Success
Why I Publish Open Access?“Open Access makes research freely available to everyone, including researchers in developing countries” “My Open Access article had impact beyond my core subject” “I want the public to be able to read my research – they funded it after all!”Postconflict Research Database & Analysis Project - INSCTDigital Library Of The CommonsDigital Library of the Commons hidden Image DatabaseExport Citations Menu:Digital Images Collections GuideDigital Image Collections Guide Updated - 12/5/2013 The Digital Images Collections Guide has continued going strong after 2 years! Thank you for the support. After two years, the Guide was in need of some TLC, so I have recently concluded a reconciliation project of the resources cited to insure that these websites are still live, that they navigate to the appropriate specific pages, and that these resources are indeed (generally speaking) digital image collections. To that end, I removed the relative few websites that have gone dark (good-night NBII LIFE), updated the links on a ton of collections that moved to new URL's, and removed a handful that I believe to be unrelated.
Budapest Open Access Initiative7 Great Bibliography and Citation Tools for Students1- Bibme This is the fully automatic bibliography maker that auto-fills. It is the easiest way to build a works cited page. 2- Easy Bib This is another great tool for students to help them with citing their bibliographies it includes things such as radio shows, recorded music, and even works of arts from museums.Scholarly Publishing - MIT LibrariesIs it true that Open Access means an article is not copyrighted? No. Choosing to publish through an open access channel does not mean the article is not copyrighted.
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