Websites You Can Use for Research
Online classes have started already, and for sure, some of you are looking for websites to verify your data and gather information for your assignment/journal. In this article, we’ve listed down some of the best places on the internet you can visit to aid you with your research needs.
Google is the number one search engine today. We use it to source out information that we need. Most students aren’t aware that Google made a search engine specifically for doing school work. What it does is it gives you a list of sources from academic and verified websites that caters credible information for your research papers, journals, and the like.
If you want to take a more traditional approach to your research, Google Books got you covered. It is an e-library that has tons of books that you can download and even print. Do note that some references cost money, but most books and other references on this site are free to access.
If you are looking for the best place to read and access journals, you should check out DOAJ. It has more than 15,000 peer-reviewed journals and over 5 million free and credible articles perfect for your research studies and a nice place to gather information for your school works. On the website, there are subjects and topics available for you to check out like Medicine, Science, Chemistry, and Social Sciences, to name a few.
If you have any science-related projects, research, and whatnot, you will find ResearchGate useful. It is a social networking site for students, scientists, and researchers and provides information from 100 million publications with over 15 million researchers, topics, and articles. ResearchGate also has an app for your smartphone, but it is only available on iOS devices.
WolframAlpha is like the Google search engine but for complex and scientific and mathematical questions. You can type in your question, and then, it will instantly give you detailed results, explanations, and steps to solve it if you searched for a mathematical problem. It can answer mathematical equations from elementary mathematics to differential equations, science and technology, society and culture, and everyday life.
If you are looking for a free reference manager, you should try checking out Mendeley. What it does is it organizes your citations and creates a bibliography. It is an open platform wherein you can research other people on this platform, it is like Facebook, but for research purposes. Mendeley has over 30 million papers that you can use for your studies and alike. To use Mendeley, you can either use their website or download it on your PC/Mac. It is also available for download on both Android and iOS.
What do you think about these sites? Did we miss something on this list? Let us know in the comments section below!