Tuesday, May 29, 2007
New Product Announcement-->Illustrata
CSA illustrata, natural sciences
This is sooo cool you have to try it to believe it. Let's say a student/prof wants a graphic to illustrate grizzly bear range in the Rockies....well after a quick search they get a nice little map.
Then, what if they want an actual picture of a grizzly bear....well no problem.
We know that both students and instructors have a hard time finding graphics to use in the classroom, as well, the graphics in articles often contain key information that isn't captured in indexing and therefore searching. So I encourage you all to give this one a try and become more familiar with it.
PS: I did a search for "big foot", alas no pictures.
CSA Illustrata: Natural Sciences is interdisciplinary, covering a wide variety of journals from all major areas such as: biology, earth sciences, environmental studies, medical sciences, agriculture, fish and fisheries, education, geography, veterinary science, food and food industries, pharmacy and pharmacology, meteorology, public health and safety, water resources, conservation and forests and forestry. CSA Illustrata: Natural Sciences is the first in a series of CSA Illustrata databases of searchable tables, figures, graphs, charts and other illustrations from the scholarly research and technical literature. Coverage includes 1977 to current.
Posted by Helen Clarke at 6:41 PM