This guide contains information that will be userful as you complete library-related assignments in course BCHS 4321.
Use the subject tabs near the top of this page for additional tools and resources.
Begin with these databases to find journal articles on your topic.
SciVerse Scopus is the world’s largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature and quality web sources. Nearly 18,000 titles from 5,000 publishers worldwide. Includes over 3 million conference papers. Offers sophisticated tools to track and analyze results.
- Web of Science
Highly cited journals in the sciences and engineering. Find who cited who.
- SciFinder Scholar
This database also allows you to draw a chemical structure and then find articles about that structure. You can also search by a chemical formula.
- Biological & Agricultural Index Plus
Core literature of biology and agriculture, much of it from peer-reviewed journals, plus full text.
- MEDLINE (EBSCOhost)
This is virtually the Pubmed database re-packaged into a more user friendly interface
Especially strong in areas of ecology, nutrition, and the environment.
- BioMedCentral Open Access
Open access peer-reviewed journals in biomedical research and biology
Full-texts of high-impact Bioscience research journals published by small societies and other non-for-profit publishers.
- Google Scholar-- Advanced Search
Google Scholar provides a simple way to broadly search for scholarly literature. From one place, you can search across many disciplines and sources. Check the UH Catalog to see if we own the full-text to any article found.
To Determine if a particular e-journal is avaliable and then gain access to it-- you should check each link below:
- To Browse UH Library e-journals CLICK HERE
- To Browse HAM-TMC e-journals CLICK HERE
- To Browse PubMed Central open access e-journals CLICK HERE
- To Browse BioMed Central open access e-journals CLICK HERE
- To Browse VERSITAOPEN Open Access e-Journals CLICK HERE
Create your research paper's bibliography quickly and easily......
Supports hundreds of databases and format styles, such as APA, etc. You can easily export your citations from a database directly into RefWorks, and then easily create your bibliography. More informatiion about RefWorks