Research Guides each of which is designed to help you find the most useful resources relevant to your department. It contains useful information and details of recommended resources to support your studies
If you don’t know what to use or where to search to find necessary information for your research, try this guide.
Databases are used to find journal, magazine and newspaper articles. ScienceDirect is a scientific database providing fulltext access to journal articles and book chapters covering multiple disciplines such as life sciences, health sciences, physical sciences and engineering as well as social sciences and humanities.
ProQuest Central is the multidisciplinary database with over 12,665 titles, with over 9,745 titles in full-text. It serves as the central resource for researchers at all levels in all markets. Over 160 subjects areas are covered extensively in this product including health and medical, news and world affairs, technology, social sciences and more.
Using ProQuest Central:
Featured databases for life sciences
ScholarWorks@UNIST is the UNIST’s institutional repository, preserving and providing access to content created by members of the Institute.
Following articles are recently published by faculties of the Department of Mathematical Science.
MathSciNet is the American Mathematical Society’s key database of mathematical books, journal articles, conference papers going back to 1940.
In the MathSciNet:
Databases provide access to high-quality, peer-reviewed journal articles; conference proceedings; book chapters; dissertations and other sources.
When carrying out your research for a piece of work, you will need to search more than one database to find all of the journal articles relevant to your topic, as each database covers different journals.
Scholarly articles are articles written by experts in their field. Scholarly articles are found exclusively in a database such as PubMed, ScienceDirect. Other databases may have a mixture of both scholarly articles and popular articles as well as some articles that might, at first, appear to be somewhere in between.
This is a service made to allow off-campus access to e-Journals used in the UNIST campus. You can use it after logging in;
ID: UNIST Portal ID
PW: Portal password
If some journal titles or articles you need are not available in the UNIST Library, you can get the materials by using DDS(Document Delivery Service).
Your requested items are available within 2-7 days.