Online Databases

ScienceDirect Freedom Collection is a leading interdisciplinary collection aimed at the academic community. It provides access to over 12.6 million articles from more than 2,500 peer-reviewed journals, including open-access journals. The Ministry of Education's license includes access to the full text of journals from 2008 onwards. The content is easily discoverable, with intelligent search tools, options to find related content, a modern interface, and features for saving and sharing content.

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SCOPUS is the largest bibliographic and scientometric database in the field of scientific, medical, and technical literature. The database serves as an invaluable tool for researchers, providing intelligent tools for searching, tracking, and analyzing scientific information. In Scopus, assessments can be made of journals, authors, and institutions. The latest feature is article-level metrics.

Scopus includes over 21,000 scientific journals from more than 5,000 publishers, with a total of over 57 million bibliographic records. It also covers over 3,800 open-access journals, over 90,000 books, and information on articles in press from over 3,850 journals, conference materials, patents, and other resources.

The new features in Scopus include:
-Addition of nearly 4 million new articles published before 1996.
-Introduction of a new article-level metric.
-Indication of open-access journals in the database.
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Web of Science provides access to a multidisciplinary, abstracting and indexing database covering natural sciences, social sciences, and humanities. It offers:
-A broad citation index.
-Journals with high impact factors in various languages.
-Coverage of conferences annually.
The data is updated weekly, and the interface is periodically improved, approximately four times a year.

Mendeley is a free software for bibliographic management and a social network designed to assist researchers and students. It is integrated into Elsevier databases such as Scopus and Science Direct. By creating an online profile, the platform indexes and organizes your collection of PDF-format articles and generates bibliographies in your desired citation style. The network enables:

Citation management.
•    Reading, annotating, and taking notes.
•    Importing and organizing documents.
•    Sharing scientific information and projects in an online environment.
•    Discovering articles, scholars, and research groups, with access through mobile devices.
Based on user-shared information, you can discover significant articles, scholars, and research groups using bibliometric data. Mendeley allows you to store up to 2 GB of information in the cloud.

This is a multidisciplinary database that offers freely accessible full-text scholarly articles. Its creators aim to cover all fields of knowledge. The database includes scanned journal covers to provide a visual representation.