With the mission to develop scientific research and education, JoVE is the world's leading producer and provider of enabling science videos. Born from the same feeling leading to countless innovations: JoVe was developed due to the disappointment of its co-founder and CEO, Moshe Pritsker, who was a young researcher in a stem cell lab in Princeton, and decided to create an academic database consisting of video recordings, due to academic articles being insufficient for his studies. After 10 years, JoVe is the first and only location that shares over 100 refereed new videos.
In particular Jove supports Medicine and Science fields related research, audially and visually, allowing you to watch it repeatedly with stop-start opportunity. You can access JoVE until 15th June at the address; click.


Hiperkitap contains more than 24,000 Turkish multidisciplinary resources, this full text database provides access to an academic and intellectual collection. This database is open to trial access for our university until the 1st of May.
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Inspec is a bibliographic database created by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET). This database provides access to abstracts parts of engineering and technology sciences publications. This database is open to trial access for our university until the 1st of May.
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Rehabilitation Reference Center provides access to evidence-based information in the fields of physiotherapy, speech therapy and sports medicine. This database is open to trial access for our university until the 1st of May.
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The Rosetta Stone Library Solution database is the world’s most popular language training set, including 30 languages that can be used by our researchers, students and, institutional staff, whether they are at the beginner level or intermediate, all differing language levels can benefit. Continuing your language learning process from anywhere at any time is possible with this database. By registering with your institutional address, you can start using this database immediately.
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ARTSTOR DIGITAL LIBRARY Beyond the boundaries of discipline and across a wide range of subjects, Artstor provides a complete source of images to academics and students. With materials such as Native American art from the Smithsonian’s, treasures from the Louvre, and panoramic 360-degree views of Hagia Sophia, that can all be examined in this single and easy-to-use resource, with more than 2.5 million images (increasing daily) across almost 300 collections. The images derive from a wide variety of locations, including important museums such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern art (MoMA), and the Louvre, and specialized institutions that focus on particular subjects such as the Oxford University Bodleian Library, the Harvard Peabody Museum of Archeology and Ethnology, and the Magnum Photography Agency, as well as museums, photograph archives compiled by academicians and artists. In addition to covering all aspects of artistic production, from prehistoric times to the present, the Digital Library offers a rich source of content for education and training in a number of subjects, such as anthropology, archeology, architecture, classics, fashion, history, photography and religious studies.
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Global Plants is a primary source for teaching and research that has been compiled via the contributions of people working in the field, on subjects such as botany, ecology, and conservation studies. With high-resolution samples as well as reference works and primary sources such as correspondences, diaries, pictures and photographs, there are more than two million articles included in total.
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19th Century British Pamphlets This collection is presented in nine sub-collections which cover topics such as the political and socio-economic issues behind Britain's 19th century negotiations and conflicts, universal suffrage, colonialism, and educational reform. There are more than 25,000 pamphlets which include advertisements, information notes, cartoons, diagrams and maps, engravings, letters, petitions, and portraits.
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Struggles for Freedom: Southern Africa This collection documents the independence movements of six South African countries, addressing issues such as colonial rule, distribution of exiles and international intervention. There are more than 20,000 documents all together, including oral histories, speeches, nationalist publications, fully digitized books, and pamphlets.
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World Heritage Sites: Africa Visual, contextual, and spatial documents of African heritage sites and rock art sites are brought together in this collection. There are more than 50,000 documents which include photographs, 3D models, GIS datasets, site plans, satellite photographs, excavation reports, travel diaries, and other academic materials.
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Security Studies The JSTOR collection of Security Studies brings together world-wide perspectives on academic and political research upon international and national security issues and foreign policy issue. This interdisciplinary resource was created in collaboration with librarians, academics, and political researchers and under the guidance of a consulting group of academics and professionals. It covers many topics including the topics: Terrorism & Political Violence, Peace & Conflict Studies, Foreign Policy, Cyber Security, Human Safety, International Law, Military Studies and Intelligence & Espionage. The collection includes 75 periodicals and almost 20,000 reports and political documents from more than 100 institutions, based on the existing rich content currently located on JSTOR, in the fields of political science and international relations.
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Lives of Literature The JSTOR Lives of Literature collection brings together academic journals that examine in-depth writers and texts that are associated with major literary movements. Advanced literary works and interdisciplinary research on writers and texts that are critical to the curriculum of Literature are supported by this resource. With a focus upon journals that take authors or texts as starting points, this collection supports the need for scientific resources for the undertaking of comprehensive studies, or for courses where the curriculum at many institutions is based on authors taken to hand individually. Lives of Literature, which was developed with the collaboration of librarians and academics, is to include about 100 periodicals, all of which will be newly added to JSTOR. Important topics include: Medieval Authors & Texts, Innovative Writers, Victorian & Edwardian Period Writers & Gothic Writers and Literary Theorists.
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Web of Science Researcher ID & Publons Tuesday 27 April, 14:00 - 30 mins
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Perform research with confidence using the Web of Science Core Collection: Undergraduate and Postgraduate students Tuesday 27 April, 16:00 - 60 mins
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On 28th April 2021, between the hours of 15.30-16.15, you can join the organized training in relation to accessing publications relating to your research topic on the Proquest Central Database.
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Mendeley Question and Answer Session Thursday 29 April, 16:00
Content:During this interactive session, if you have any questions in relation to Mendeley, we would love to hear from you and together find answers / solutions. Priority will be given to questions that are submitted in the registration forms.
NOTE: There will be no demo. You may watch videos on Elsevier Turkey YouTube Channel
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On 5th May, between the hours of 14.00-15.30, you can join the Proquest author workshop that will include tips on theses and journal article writing.
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