مواقع متخصصة للبحث عن البحوث الأكاديمية والمقالات العلمية

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مواقع متخصصة للبحث عن البحوث الأكاديمية والمقالات العلمية
Search Engines For Academic Research

مواقع متخصصة للبحث عن البحوث الأكاديمية والمقالات العلمية - دروس 4 يو Dros4U

يعرف البحث العلمي على أنه مجموعة من الخطوات المنتظمة والمدروسة، تبنى على معلومات تجمع حول مشكلة معيّنة، وخضعت للفحص والتّدقيق، وذلك لحلّ المشكلة.
ويقوم به شخص يدعى (الباحث)؛ للوصول إلى الحقائق لحلّ قضيّة تسمّى (موضوع البحث)؛ إذ يتّبع طريقة علميّة تسمّى (منهج البحث)؛ ليصل إلى حلول تسمّى (نتائج البحث).

وكما هو معروف فإن البحث العلمي/الأكاديمي يتطلب البحث عن مصادر عديدة وزيارات موقعة كثيرة للوصول
إلى المعلومات المطلوبة، سنقوم بعرض مجموعة من محركات البحث التي ستساعدكم في ذلك ونبذة بالإنجليزية عن كل محرك منها..


Need to get started with a more broad search? These academic search engines are great resources.

iSEEK Education :iSeek is an excellent targeted search engine, designed especially for students, teachers, administrators, and caregivers. Find authoritative, intelligent, and time-saving resources in a safe, editor-reviewed environment with iSEEK.

RefSeek :With more than 1 billion documents, web pages, books, journals, newspapers, and more, RefSeek offers authoritative resources in just about any subject, without all of the mess of sponsored links and commercial results.

Virtual LRC :The Virtual Learning Resources Center has created a custom Google search, featuring only the best of academic information websites. This search is curated by teachers and library professionals around the world to share great resources for academic projects.

Academic Index :This scholarly search engine and web directory was created just for college students. The websites in this index are selected by librarians, teachers, and educational consortia. Be sure to check out their research guides for history, health, criminal justice, and more.

BUBL LINK :If you love the Dewey Decimal system, this Internet resource catalog is a great resource. Search using your own keywords, or browse subject areas with Dewey subject menus.
Digital Library of the Commons Repository:Check out the DLC to find international literature including free and open access full-text articles, papers, and dissertations.

OAIster :Search the OAIster database to find millions of digital resources from thousands of contributors, especially open access resources.

Internet Public Library :Find resources by subject through the Internet Public Library’s database.

Infomine :The Infomine is an incredible tool for finding scholarly Internet resource collections, especially in the sciences.

Microsoft Academic Search :Microsoft’s academic search engine offers access to more than 38 million different publications, with features including maps, graphing, trends, and paths that show how authors are connected.

Google Correlate :Google’s super cool search tool will allow you to find searches that correlate with real-world data.

Wolfram|Alpha :Using expert-level knowledge, this search engine doesn’t just find links; it answers questions, does analysis, and generates reports.

Dogpile :Find the best of all the major search engines with Dogpile, an engine that returns results from Google, Yahoo!, and Bing, with categories including Web, Images, Video, and even White Pages.

MetaCrawler :MetaCrawler makes it easy to “search the search engines,” returning results from Google, Yahoo!, and Bing.

Mamma :Check out the mother of all search engines to pin down the best resources on the web. Mamma even searches Twitter and job postings!

Books & Journals::

WorldCat :Find items from 10,000 libraries worldwide, with books, DVDs, CDs, and articles up for grabs. You can even find your closest library with WorldCat’s tools.

Google Books :Supercharge your research by searching this index of the world’s books. You’ll find millions for free and others you can preview to find out if they’re what you’re looking for.

Scirus :For scientific information only, Scirus is a comprehensive research tool with more than 460 million scientific items including journal content, courseware, patents, educational websites, and more.
HighBeam Research :Research articles and published sources with HighBeam Research’s tools. You’ll not only be able to search for what you’re looking for, you can also choose from featured research topics and articles. 
Note: HighBeam is a paid service.

Vadlo :Vadlo is a life sciences search engine offering protocols, tools, and powerpoints for scientific research and discovery. Find what you’re looking for, and then stick around to check out the forums.

Open Library :Find the world’s classic literature, open e-books, and other excellent open and free resources in the Open Library. You can even contribute to the library with information, corrections to the catalog, and curated lists.

Online Journals Search Engine :In this free, powerful scientific search engine, you can discover journals, articles, research reports, and books in scientific publications.

Google Scholar :Check out Google Scholar to find only scholarly resources on Google. The search specializes in articles, patents, and legal documents, and even has a resource for gathering your citations.

Bioline International :Search Bioline International to get connected with a variety of scientific journals. The search is managed by scientists and librarians as a collaborative initiative between Bioline Toronto and and the Reference Center on Environmental Information.

SpringerLink :Search through SpringerLink for electronic journals, protocols, and books in just about every subject possible. You can also browse publications by collection and content type.

Directory of Open Access Journals :When you need top-quality journal writings for free, the Directory of Open Access Journals is a great place to check out. You’ll get access to a searchable journal of full-text quality controlled scientific and scholarly journals.

Jurn :In this curated academic search engine, you’ll get results from over 4,000 free scholarly e-journals in the arts and humanities.

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