Springer quietly relaunched their e-book platform this month, with the old gaudy orange interface soon going away. Two primary ways to access material are by using the search box at the top and browsing by disciplines listed along the left … Continue reading
Several of our engineering databases were upgraded and updated this summer. IEEE Xplore: We upgraded our subscription to include all conferences and standards in the IEEE collection. Here’s a link to all the content you can now access. Engineering Village … Continue reading
Springer offers an hour-long webinar tutorial covering basic and advance SpringerLink features. Classes are offered monthly with the next one Monday, March 5th at 9AM. You can register online at the SpringerLink Training Center.
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Don’t be fooled by the SpringerLink basic search. Unless you like sorting through thousands of results, you’ll want to brush up on the Advanced Search option. Found as a button next to the basic search box, Advanced Search allows users … Continue reading
The new SpringerLink e-book collection opens new paths for researchers to access, read and output information. This is the first in a series of articles on using the service. If you like browsing for new books, then check out the … Continue reading
You can now access over 35,000 academic and professional eBooks from Springer through our library catalog and research guides. This new collection encompasses titles published since 2005 and subjects covered in the SpringerLink collection includes: Computer Science (6,544 titles), Engineering … Continue reading