National Technical Reports Library (NTRL) offers access to a large collection of historical and current government technical reports that exist in many academic, public, government, and corporate libraries. The NTRL is an overarching means of accessing over 2 million bibliographic records and over 550K full-text reports.
Readers’ Guide Retrospective: 1890-1982 provides indexing of over three million articles from more than 550 leading magazines including full coverage of the original print volumes of Readers’ Guide to Periodical Literature. This resource offers researchers access to information about history, culture and seminal developments across nearly a century.
This comprehensive tool for educators, students and researchers provides unparalleled access to current events coverage, curriculum support and access to quality full-text periodicals. Every aspect of modern life is covered in Readers Guide Full Text Mega, including antiques, art, business, computers, home improvement, photography, politics, religion, science, sports, transportation and much more.
INSPEC contains 13 millions of bibliographic citations and indexed abstracts from publications in the fields of physics, electrical and electronic engineering, communications, computer science, control engineering, information technology, manufacturing and mechanical engineering, operations research, material science, oceanography, engineering mathematics, nuclear engineering, environmental science, geophysics, nanotechnology, biomedical technology and biophysics.
Provides full-text access to IEEE transactions, journals, magazines and conference proceedings published since 1988 and all current IEEE standards. Also called IEEE/IEE Electronic Library. (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers)
Faulkner reports, and primary research studies help users understand the implications surrounding the frequent shifts in the rapidly-converging world of computing, data networking, and telecommunications. (Information Technology Studies)
Full-text access to all ACM journals, magazines, and Special Interest Group conference proceedings. A wide range of computer- and information-science topics are covered from 1947 to the present. The ACM Digital Library is published by the Association for Computing Machinery.