New search engines from EEVL

Nov 19, 2004 by

The good folks at EEVL have done it again!

They now offer four new search engines to search the content of over 250 freely available full text ejournals in Engineering, Mathematics and Computing, through a service called EESE.

The Computing one http://www.eevl.ac.uk/eese/eese-comp.html searches the content of 60 freely available full-text ejournals in computing.

The Maths one http://www.eevl.ac.uk/eese/eese-math.html searches the content of 28 freely available full-text ejournals in mathematics.

The Engineering one http://www.eevl.ac.uk/eese/eese-eng.html searches the content of 160 freely available full-text ejournals in engineering.

And the final one http://www.eevl.ac.uk/eese/eese-eevl.html searches the content of all 250 freely available full text ejournals in engineering, mathematics and computing.

Much useful information is published in freely available ejournals. Trade journals, house journals and even some peer-reviewed journals are included in EEVL’s Ejournal Search Engine.

Short articles, news items, product announcements, job opportunities, market and sector analyses, scholarly articles, components, meetings…these are some of the things you can locate via these subject-based ejournal search engines.

The list of ejournals covered is available at: http://www.eevl.ac.uk/eese/journal_list.html

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