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Search article preprints ("e-prints") that have been submitted for comment and review among peers, for publication in journals, and prior to presentation at conferences. Coverage areas include physics, mathematics, and computer science.

  • No restrictions; available to everyone.
  • Simultaneous users: unlimited
  • Publisher: Cornell University

Browse the full-text public archive of IoP journals in physics, high tech engineering, and materials science.

  • Access is limited to SWOSU students and employees.
  • Simultaneous users: unlimited

PROLA is a full text archive of the existing issues of the journal Physical Review from its inception in 1894 to 2002, including Physical Review A through E, Special Topics, Letters, and Reviews of Modern Physics. Reviews of Modern Physics is full-text from 1929 – present.

  • Access is limited to SWOSU students and employees.
  • Simultaneous users: unlimited
  • Publisher: American Physical Society

Today's Science presents the latest scientific discoveries and the fundamental concepts that underlie them. Drawing on major scientific journals, magazines and newspapers in the United States and abroad, Today’s Science covers health, the environment, technology, life science, physical science, earth and space science, and science and society.

  • Access is limited to SWOSU students and employees.
  • Simultaneous users: unlimited
  • Publisher: Infobase Learning

This resource contains over 5,400 full- text periodicals, including 4,500+ peer-reviewed journals covering all subject areas. This database also indexes and abstracts more than 9,300 journals, monographs, reports, and conference proceedings.

  • Access is limited to SWOSU students and employees.
  • Simultaneous users: unlimited
  • Vendor: EBSCO
  • Publisher: EBSCO

Choose a link below to download an app for Academic Search Complete.


Academic Video Online is a streaming video collection containing thousands of video titles in a wide range of disciplines, including biology, business, education, healthcare, the humanities, the physical sciences, and the social sciences. The Academic Video Online collection can be browsed or searched by discipline.

AVO was previously named VAST: Academic Video Online.

Formerly known as VAST: Academic Video Online.

  • Access is limited to SWOSU students and employees.
  • Simultaneous users: unlimited
  • Publisher: Alexander Street Press

Access  to the full text of ACS journal publications from the date of first publication to the present. Each journal also provides a RSS feed for each issue's contents.

  • Access is limited to SWOSU students and employees.
  • Simultaneous users: unlimited
  • Publisher: American Chemical Society

As one of the world's largest repositories of U.S. Government-sponsored research results, NTRL offers fast and easy access to more than 2.2 million titles, with links to over 700,000 digitized full-text technical reports. (Note: You must register to view digitized NTRL reports. Registration is free.)

  • No restrictions; available to everyone.
  • Simultaneous users: unlimited
  • Vendor: U.S. Dept. of Commerce
  • Publisher: U.S. Dept. of Commerce

Oxford Reference contains titles from the Oxford Companion series, as well as the following:

  • 130+ subject dictionaries and the Oxford World Encyclopedia
  • English dictionaries, and bilingual dictionaries of French, German, Spanish, and Italian
  • Timelines linking over 2,000 key events in 20th-century history
  • 12,000 images and 500+ color maps
  • Access is limited to SWOSU students and employees.
  • Simultaneous users: unlimited
  • Publisher: Oxford

WebCSD offers fast searching of the Cambridge Structural Database. Search facilities include 2D substructure, molecular similarity, text/numeric and reduced cell searching. Text, chemical diagrams, and 3D structural information can all be studied in the results browser using entry summaries and an embedded three-dimensional viewer. Watch this video to learn how to use WebCSD.

 

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  • Access is limited to SWOSU students and employees.
  • Simultaneous users: Unlimited
  • Vendor: Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre
  • Publisher: Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre

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