The resources listed here will guide you to scholarly sources of information
on the Internet; however, you still need to evaluate
the quality and usefulness of every web page.
Google Scholar enables you to search specifically for scholarly literature,
including peer-reviewed papers, theses, books, preprints, abstracts
and technical reports from all broad areas of research. You may find
full text sources, or only citations or abstracts.
Infomine, created by librarians at The University of California, is
a collection of links to scholarly Internet resources in many different
subject areas. Click here
for more information about Infomine.
Intute is a free online database of research websites created by a academics
at a group of UK universities. Subject specialists select and evaluate
the websites in our database and write high quality descriptions of
the resources. The database contains 123118 records.
Scirus Scirus is a science-specific
search engine that searches over 167 million science web pages, enabling
you to quickly:
Pinpoint scientific, scholarly, technical and medical data
on the Web.
Find the latest reports, peer-reviewed articles and
journals that other search engines miss.
Offer unique functionalities designed for scientists