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Description: Journal of Architectural Design and Construction Technology (JADCT) is an open-access journal proposed to combine the various zones of Civil Engineering and Architectural Engineering around the world. The objective of this journal is to combine theory and practice in Civil Engineering and Architectural Engineering, and advancement. It will give a stage to academicians, analysts and specialists to share their experience and answer for issues in various areas, which distributes top-level work It contains articles on structure building, geotechnics, development, designing, building mechanics and building materials, structural designing, building construction, hydro specialized building, seismic tremors, water assets, and pressure-driven structures, development of construction material, Geology, Geotechnical and Geospatial building. JADCT deals with arranging, planning, designing, evaluating, regulating, supervising, developing, executing, and maintenance of constructions like buildings, roads, streets, bridges and dams and Modern inventive, natural methodology and Innovation.
Description: Publishes specialized scientific research in the fields of: 1- Architecture (Sustainable design, Urban planning, Modern Building, Conservation-Restoration & Renovation, Housing, Integrated Urban Energy, Smart Cities, City Branding, Responsive Architecture, and Regenerative architecture). 2 -Décor (Interior Architecture and Scenography). 3- Visual arts (Painting, Murals, Graphics, Animation and Book Art, Sculpture). 4- History of Art and civilization. 5- Related Interdisciplinary studies. 6- Articles and researches extracted from theses, book reviews, and conference reports.
Description: JSTOR is a digital library of academic journals, books, and primary sources. JSTOR helps people discover, use, and build upon a wide range of content through a powerful research and teaching platform, and preserves this content for future generations. JSTOR was founded to be a shared digital archive serving the scholarly community.
Description: LexisNexis Legal & Professional is a leading global provider of legal, regulatory and business information and analytics that help customers increase productivity, improve decision-making and outcomes, and advance the rule of law around the world. It help lawyers win cases, manage their work more efficiently, serve their clients better and grow their practices. It assist corporations in better understanding their markets and preventing bribery and corruption within their supply chains. Also it partner with leading global associations and customers to help collect evidence against war criminals and provide tools to combat human trafficking. It endeavor to advance the rule of law across the world.
Description: Material Order is the leading resource for design materials collections Powered by CollectionSpace (LYRASIS) and co-founded by Harvard University Graduate School of Design and Rhode Island School of Design at academic and cultural institutions. Utilizing and developing standards and best practices, the Material Order consortium provides a community-based approach to the management of design material collections with federated search access among participating institutions.
Description: Mathematica is the world's leading computational software—like a super calculator and coding language for every kind of math, science and engineering. Five thousand functions enable everything from solving equations to 3D visualization of data and functions to machine learning to building applications.
Description: MDPI Our 409 diverse and open access journals, including 400 peer-reviewed journals and 9 conference journals, are supported by more than 115,000 academic experts who share the mission, values, and commitment to providing high-quality service for our authors. We serve scholars from around the world to ensure the latest research is freely available and all content is distributed under a Creative Commons Attribution License (CC BY).
Description: MDPI 409 diverse and open access journals, including 400 peer-reviewed journals and 9 conference journals, are supported by more than 115,000 academic experts who share their mission, values, and commitment to providing high-quality service for our authors. We serve scholars from around the world to ensure the latest research is freely available and all content is distributed under a Creative Commons Attribution License (CC BY).
Description: MedlinePlus is a free online health resource for patients' families and friends. It is a service of the National Library of Medicine (NLM), which is part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The mission of MedlinePlus is to provide high-quality, relevant health and wellness information that is trustworthy and simple to understand in both English and Spanish. It makes reliable health information available whenever, wherever, and at no cost. This website contains no advertising, and MedlinePlus does not endorse any companies or products.
Description: The Merck Manual's first published in 1899 as a small reference book for physicians and pharmacists, growing in size and scope to become one of the most widely used comprehensive medical resources for professionals and consumers. As the Manual evolved, it expanded the scope and depth of its offerings to reflect its mission of providing the most up-to-date medical information to a diverse range of users, including medical professionals and students, veterinarians and veterinary students, and consumers.
Description: MDPI (Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute) is an open access scientific journal publisher. Founded as a chemical sample archive by Shu-Kun Lin, it now publishes over 380 diverse, peer-reviewed, open access journals and is constantly expanding its portfolio. MDPI publishes over 85 journals with high impact in their respective fields. MDPI has published the research of over 330,000 individual authors and has offices in Beijing, Wuhan, Tianjin, and Nanjing (China), Barcelona (Spain), Belgrade and Novi Sad (Serbia), Manchester (UK), Tokyo (Japan), Cluj and Bucharest (Romania), Toronto (Canada), Kraków (Poland), Singapore (Singapore), and Bangkok (Thailand).
Description: Individual members who want to access and share research can use the comprehensive platform www.mysciencework.com. It improves data dissemination from the Polaris platforms and serves a community of 500,000 members by providing over 30 million scientific publications from over 2,500 repositories and publisher databases. A variety of collaborative tools enable fruitful scientific exchanges.
Description: Every day, over 280 highly qualified specialists work on the primary research content in Nature and Nature research journals. Our in-house professional editors, all of whom hold PhDs, are solely dedicated to locating and curating the best in science. Our editors, who were previously active researchers, are still immersed in the world of research, spending their time assessing emerging research and engaging with researchers around the world, all while maintaining an impartial approach to all submissions.
Description: The Global ETD Search service allows researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations for free. The Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations provides this service. Our data was gathered from universities all over the world.
Description: The nLab is a wiki for research-level notes, expositions, and collaborative work in mathematics, physics, and philosophy, with a focus on category theory and homotopy theory methods. The nLab believes that category theory, especially higher category theory, provides a useful unifying viewpoint for mathematics, physics, and philosophy.
Description: OSTI is the DOE Office of Scientific and Technical Information's major search tool for scientific, technology, and engineering research and development outcomes, as well as the organization's information hub. It combines OSTI's home page and SciTech Connect, our now-defunct major search tool.
Description: This website is a search engine for English words and phrases: If you have a word for which you'd like a definition, we'll shuttle you to the web-based dictionaries that define that word. If you don't know the right word to use, we'll help you find it. No word is too obscure: More than 19 million words in more than 1000 online dictionaries are indexed by the OneLook® search engine.
Description: ODLIS began in 1994 at the Ruth Haas Library as a four-page printed handout titled Library Lingo, aimed at undergraduates who were not fluent in English and English-speaking students who were unfamiliar with basic library terminology. The text expanded and converted to HTML format in 1996 for use on the WCSU Libraries Homepage as Hypertext Library Lingo: a Glossary of Library Terminology. Many more hypertext links were added in 1997, and the format improved in response to user feedback. Several hundred terms and definitions were added during the summer of 1999, and a generic version was created, removing all references to specific conditions and practices at the Ruth Haas Library.
Description: There are over 500 accredited free online college classes available, giving you access to research-based academic resources from some of the world's greatest universities. These resources might help you learn more about a wide range of academic subjects. Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) are the free courses listed (MOOCs). A MOOC, by definition, allows any interested learner to engage in the course. Although some advanced courses would ask learners to have finished other coursework or have a particular degree of understanding in a relevant topic, there are no prerequisites or other qualifiers separating an interested student from the material.
Description: The Open Access Library (OALib) consists of the following components: • the Search Engine, which is based on a database of Open Access (OA) article metadata; • the Repository with its own OALib PrePrints as well as external preprints and post-prints, all housed in one of the 322 OALib Disciplinary Repositories. • the Journal with OALib Articles, • the Index with metadata entries of external OA journal articles, OALib now houses links and metadata for 5,706,237 open access papers from a variety of academic subjects. You can download all full-text articles from your search results for free.
Description: OATD.org aims to be the best possible resource for finding open access graduate theses and dissertations published around the world. Metadata (information about the theses) comes from over 1100 colleges, universities, and research institutions. OATD currently indexes 6,234,995 theses and dissertation
Description: The site provides resources for curriculum alignment, quality evaluation, social bookmarking, tagging, rating, and reviewing as a network for teaching and learning materials. To provide a single point of access to the most delicate quality information worldwide, OER Commons has formed relationships with over 500 key content partners. Users can search over 42,000 approved and fully indexed OER, ensuring that resources are relevant and easy to find. These resources are available for educational use because they are "open," and many of them have Creative Commons licenses that allow them to be repurposed, edited, and adapted for various local settings.
Description: The Open Textbook Library includes textbooks that are free to use and share, as well as those that are licensed to be freely adapted or changed with proper acknowledgment. The following are the requirements for adding new textbooks to the Open Textbook Library: All content must be released under an open license. Except for the CC ND (No Derivatives) component, we accept textbooks with GNU and Creative Commons (CC) licenses. The CC BY license is recommended. For additional information on choosing a license for your work, see Creative Commons. An entire textbook must be provided as a portable file (e.g. PDF, EPUB). It must be used in numerous higher education institutions or affiliated with one. It must be a unique textbook (not a derivative of another textbook). Modifications that reflect the needs or circumstances of a whole new audience may be an exception to this rule. For example, the textbook has been significantly altered such that it now applies to a new country, or profession, or has been translated into a new language. Significant changes to the original material will be required of authors or publishers.
Description: OpenDOAR is a globally recognized, quality-assured directory of open access repositories. We host repositories that make academic outputs and resources available to the public for free. Each repository entry in OpenDOAR has been carefully vetted and processed by a member of our editorial team, allowing us to provide the community with a reliable service. The service debuted in 2005 as the result of a collaboration between the University of Nottingham and the University of Lund, with funding from OSI, Jisc, SPARC Europe, and CURL.