Tools for Engineering, Computing and Mathematics
"...EEVL is now making availabe FOUR specialized databases that provide access to full-text ejournal material. Here's a rundown:
+ The Computing database searches the content of 60 freely available full-text ejournals in computing.
+ The math database searches the content of 28 freely available full-text ejournals in mathematics.
+ Engineering searches the content of 160 freely available full-text ejournals in engineering.
+ The last one, searches the content of all 250 freely available full text ejournals in engineering, mathematics and computing.
If you would like to review a listing of the publications available, it's also available. Included in the mix are trade journals, house journals and even some peer-reviewed journals.
Finally, we can't mention Roddy MacLeod without pointing out that his work and dedication has been (and continues to be) an inspiration and motivator to the ResourceShelf and DocuTicker team.
See Also: On a somewhat related note, don't foget that OAISTER is a wonderful, powerful, and free database containing scholarly material on the open web. Is some/all of this material in Yahoo and Google? The answer is yes. However, the native OAISTER interface offers many powerful search options not available from G and Y."