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     JKU Academic Research List December 2015 Edition 631 Links Categories:I. Research URLsII. Online Catalogs & Courses. New. III. Online Journals and ZinesIV. Indexes and AbstractsV. Reference Books OnlineVI. Govt. PublicationsVII. Subject GuidesVIII. Other: Tools. IX. Language Tools: Dictionaries and Glossaries. Note: Some of you will know of academic research resources, databases, search services, etc., which are not on this List. So, a reminder that we strive to List for you, only free services and engines. We also try to omitservices or engines that want you to “join” or “sign-up”, even it it is free. We have noticed that stopping theuser, researcher, or student, to make them sign-up, join, or whatever, slows them down, and interferes withtheir research work. We have also sought out the Open Access sites, databases, and so on, and have listed all them that we could find. In our work, we use about 20 different general and specialized search engines, many of them non-google, and google-free. Again, we are the only researchers on the Web, in the world, providing these kinds of services to you. I. Research URLs. This includes most of the newer “open” resources.   http://jiscmediahub.ac.uk/;jsessionid=EFBD055C37E853E58FB3D2961BD19562 }the definitive academic video, image, and audio resource. Browse and search for free, subscribe to download. http://www.academicindex.net/ }this site worked well in our test, and gave results as described by them. Recommended. “Academic Index is a scholarly search engine accessing only websites previously selected by librarians, teachers, and library and educational consortia.” Drawback: service may fail therefore to find important results that you’re looking for. http://www.academicearth.org/about }”We are building a user-friendly educational ecosystem that will giveinternet users around the world the ability to easily find, interact with, and learn from full video courses and lectures from the world’s leading scholars.” Clean site, easy to read and use. The videos load and play immediately; but the site still seems a little commercial to us. We Recommend it nonetheless. http://www.academicinfo.net/ }an online education resource center with online degrees, online courses and distance learning information from online accredited schools, to provide free, independent and accurate information and resources for prospective and current students (and other researchers); we found it a little commercial. Listed as “an educational subject and database gateway”, this is misleading. They do link to some online schools by subject, but there are no subject databases or gateways there. So, the description in “Academic and Scholar Search Engines and Sources” is incorrect and misleading. http://www.archive.org/details/texts }This open source site has books in American, Canadian and universal libraries.  http://www.archive-it.org/learn-more }First deployed in 2006, Archive-It is a subscription web archiving service from the Internet Archive that helps organizations to harvest, build, and preserve collections of digital content. Through our user friendly web application Archive-It partners can collect, catalog, and manage their collections of archived content with 24/7 access and full text search available for their use as well as their patrons. Content is hosted and stored at the Internet Archive data centers. http://www.athenus.com/ }once considered to be “the search engine of choice for scientists and engineers seeking resources in science and engineering on the web”, this site has fallen into disuse and is not maintained anymore. We include it here so you can use the publication search engine (also searches web and news). http://bubl.ac.uk/link/types/index.html }the page for Internet resources by type, in this famous catalogue of internet resources. 2015 DL. The Archived copy: http://wayback.archive.org/web/20080801224928/http://www.bubl.ac.uk/LINK/types/index.html }on Archive.org. For replacement links, search this document. Many more current lists of internet resources are here. http://research.allacademic.com/ }this one failed three of our hard search term tests, and one easy one, but we include it here so that you’ll know about it. It did return several thousand results for one very easy search. http://amser.org./ }applied math and science education repository. www.arl.org/scomm/edir/ }links to 1700 electronic serials. 2011 Update:  This link is not good anymore, but the site is still there, and their links page has changed. Here: http://www.arl.org/arl/prtnrs/index.shtml }they have a list of partnering Research Libraries. And here: http://www.arl.org/resources/pubs/index.shtml}is a list of their publications, reports, and presentations. http://www.arl.org/sparc/resources/index.shtml }SPARC®, the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition, is an international alliance of academic and research libraries working to correct imbalances in the scholarly publishing system. http://www.base-search.net/ }Search academic materials with this tool.sunsite.berkeley.edu/~emorgan/morganagus/index.html }full-text index of library electronic serials. Link seems to be down. Try: http://sunsite.berkeley.edu/ }here now.  http://www.brandonu.ca/~ennsnr/Resources/ }Internet Resources on the web. 2011 Update:  this link is dead now, but they’ve reorganized their site. Here: http://www2.brandonu.ca/library/findwebpages.html } is their page on how to find academic/research webpages. http://www.citeulike.org/ }a site for finding and managing scholarly references. IT seems to be a very well-organized, user-friendly service, and it is free; unfortunately, it did poorly in our “hard test”. We gave it an obscure item from c.1920, and it found 800 references for it. There were not more than 80 references to it duringthe entire 20 th  century. A quick check revealed that most of the items it found had nothing to do with the search term, at all. http://www.collegedegree.com/library/college-life/99-resources-to/ }College researchers often need more than Google and Wikipedia to get the job done. To find what you're looking for, it may be necessary to tap into the invisible web, the sites that don't get indexed by broad search engines. 99 resources for college students, teachers, researchers. A somewhat older site, some of the links are already dead, but most are still good. Note that some of the resources’ descriptions are inaccurate. http://cdrs.columbia.edu/cdrsmain/services/academic-commons-preservation/ }Academic Commons is a freely accessible digital collection of research and scholarship produced at Columbia University or one of its affiliate institutions (Barnard College, Teachers College, Union Theological Seminary, and Jewish Theological Seminary). Columbia-affiliated students, faculty, and staff can archive the digital outputs of their research and scholarship in Academic Commons and share them with a global audience.http://techtransfer.energy.gov/ }”A new search feature has been implemented, which allows searching of technology transfer information across the Department of Energy Laboratories. Using novel web crawling technology, the search capability in the box above allows users to enter a single query for a technology transfer  term, which then searches DOE Laboratory technology transfer websites and databases. A consolidated, relevance-ranked list will be returned, providing easy and timely access to technology transfer information from across the DOE complex. Try this exciting new search capability!”http://agris.fao.org/agris-search/index.do }AGRIS (International System for Agricultural Science and Technology) is a global public domain database with more than 7.5 million structured bibliographical records on agricultural science and technology. The database is maintained by FAO   , and its content is provided by more than 150 participating institutions from 65 countries. The AGRIS Search system, [1]  allows scientists, researchers and students to perform sophisticated searches using keywords from the AGROVOC thesaurus, specific journal titles or names of countries, institutions, and authors.http://www.hillside.net/conferences }Pattern Languages of Programs (PLoP) Conferences. We have compiled our collected PLoP experiences into a series named How to Run PLoP. The Hillside Group Sponsors many different conferences such as: PLoP, EuroPLoP, AsianPLoP, ScrumPLoP, VikingPLoP, SugarLoafPLoP, UP,and ChiliPLoP. These conferences focus on writing groups to better improve patterns through group exposure. Each conference offers advanced topics for the more adept pattern writers. Participants have the opportunity torefine and extend their patterns with help from knowledgeable and sympathetic patterns enthusiasts.http://www.historycrawler.com/ }Look up history articles, blogs, forums, academic departments, journals and a lot more on this search engine. DL 2014. 2016 Update: Replacement: 
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