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Best General Reference Service

Recognizes the best reference tool for use by business professionals and researchers. Tools and/or solutions provide data, answers, articles and/or abstracts via online, mobile or other platforms.

Elsevier Reference Module in Chemistry, Molecular Sciences and Chemical Engineering - Elsevier Science & Technology

How do chemists, chemical engineers and other researchers in related fields find up-to-date, trustworthy content to help solve the world�s biggest problems? It was difficult in the past, but now they can use the Reference Module in Chemistry, Molecular Sciences and Chemical Engineering.

Common starting points for research include search engines, online wikis and traditional reference works. Search engines lack an intuitive subject hierarchy and combine relevant/irrelevant results. Online wikis lack rigorous review by experts and are often not trusted or cited. Traditional reference works lack currency since they are published every five to seven years.

This Reference Module gives researchers, through Elsevier's scientific database, ScienceDirect, trustworthy, citable information kept current by experts. The editorial board overseeing this module is led by Editor-in-Chief Jan Reedijk of Leiden University in the Netherlands, and includes well-known experts on chemistry, molecular sciences and chemical engineering.

The Reference Module includes:
� New content along with Elsevier's authoritative, peer-reviewed reference works
� Articles that are continuously reviewed, updated as needed, and time stamped by an expert editorial board
� Intuitive subject hierarchies so it is easy to navigate and find essential information
� Linking to relevant journal articles and book chapters on ScienceDirect for additional information

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    Elsevier Reference Module in Earth Systems and Environmental Science - Elsevier Science & Technology

    How do geologists, seismologists, earth scientists, and other environmental researchers find up-to-date, trustworthy content to help solve the world's biggest problems? It was difficult in the past, but now they can use the Reference Module in Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences.

    Common starting points for research include search engines, online wikis and traditional reference works. Search engines lack an intuitive subject hierarchy and combine relevant/irrelevant results. Online wikis lack rigorous review by experts and are often not trusted or cited. Traditional reference works lack currency since they are published every five to seven years.

    This Reference Module gives researchers, through Elsevier's scientific database, ScienceDirect, trustworthy, citable information kept current by experts. The editorial board overseeing this module is led by Editor-in-Chief Scott Elias of Royal Holloway, University of London, and includes well-known experts on earth and environment.

    Reference Module includes:
    � New content along with Elsevier's authoritative, peer-reviewed reference works
    � Articles that are continuously reviewed, updated as needed, and time stamped by an expert editorial board
    � Intuitive subject hierarchies so it is easy to navigate and find essential information
    � Linking to relevant journal articles and book chapters on ScienceDirect for additional information

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    SAGE Stats - SAGE Publications

    SAGE Stats makes research easy by providing, in one place, annual measures dating back more than two decades. It features data from more than 190 different government and non-government sources and is backed by a rich collection of more than 6,000 data series on popular topics of research interest.

    By harmonizing the data into the same format, allowing quick downloads, comparisons, and visualizations, it provides power and context for researchers at all levels.

    SAGE Stats includes:
    State Stats: new in 2012
    Local Stats: new in 2014
    Business Stats: new in fall 2015

    Topics covered
    Agriculture
    Crime and Law Enforcement
    Defense
    Economy
    Education
    Education and Culture
    Employment and Labor
    Geography
    Government Finances
    Health
    Households And Housing
    Immigration
    Population
    Population And Politics
    Religion
    Social Welfare
    Transportation

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