E-resources include databases, websites, e-journals, and e-books that are accessed through OneSearch, the A-Z Databases List, Research Guides, etc.
Applied Science and Technology AbstractsThis link opens in a new windowScholarly and trade journals covering engineering (all areas), technology, manufacturing/industrial applications, and the physical sciences. 4 simultaneous usersEbsco platform read-aloud feature and screen reader instructions
Biosis Previews (Web of Science)This link opens in a new windowJournal articles, books, conference proceedings, patents in the life sciences.10 simultaneous users
PubMed MedlineThis link opens in a new windowJournals articles in medicine, nursing, dentistry and other health fields.To sign up click log in at the top right and find "sign up" at the bottom. Students can then select gmail or another sign up method. Once you have an account setup go to Preferences and add SDSU as an "outside tool." This will add in links to the full text from SDSU. Contact Margaret Henderson, Health Sciences Librarian.PubMed screen reader instructions
SciFinder-NThis link opens in a new windowUpdated interface to SciFinder, which includes 6 inter-linked chemistry databases. Includes journal articles, patents, dissertations, books, and conference proceedings plus chemical properties, structures, reactions and more.First time users must register for an account. Please see SciFinder New User Registration here. You must be on the SDSU network (eduroam or guest) and use your SDSU email address.Training materials for SciFinder-N are available here.
ScopusThis link opens in a new windowScopus is the largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature: scientific journals, books and conference proceedings.To click through to the database, click on the San Diego State University, San Diego option.
The ACS Publications database includes the full text of articles published in American Chemical Society (ACS) journals. It is fully searchable and updated daily.
ACS Publications is a leader in providing access to chemistry-related information and research through peer-reviewed journals, digital books, reference materials, and educational tools. Research from Nobel Prize winners in Chemistry and Medicine have been published in ACS Publications journals and digital books.