These databases are licensed for the exclusive use of enrolled Emmanuel College students, College Faculty, and Staff. Remote access is available for most of the Library's subscription databases with an Emmanuel Portal username and password.
For all databases, click on the database title to access the login screen and enter your Emmanuel Portal login information. If you do not know your username and password, first click on "Find My Username" on the login screen. Then once you know your username, click on "Forgot My Password" on the login screen to reset your password.
If you cannot set or reset your password, please notify the Emmanuel College Helpdesk. The Library cannot set or reset passwords.
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A permanent or persistent link (URL) to a document in one of our subscription databases allows direct and stable access to that document, because in some cases the URL displayed in the browser is only a temporary link. Accessing stable links varies by database; follow specific instructions below.
Copy and paste your stable link into EC Learn.
Instructions for selected databases/database vendors:
Open Access Impact Ranking Systems:
1. SCImago Journal & Country Rank
Contains “journals and scientific indicators developed from the information contained in the Scopus database (Elsevier B.V.)” See the Understand Charts and Tables section of the Help.
2. Eigenfactor: Ranking and Mapping Scientific Knowledge
“A non-commercial academic research project sponsored by the Bergstrom Lab in the Department of Biology at the University of Washington.” The most recent impact factors are 2013. See the FAQ section for information on the ranking: http://www.eigenfactor.org/faq.php .
3. Google Scholar Metrics
"Scholar Metrics summarize recent citations to many publications, to help authors as they consider where to publish their new research." (See description for metric details.)
4. Publisher/journal web site may also list impact factor or other journal metrics. For example, see the Journal of the American Chemical Society.
For further information, see:
Haustein, S. (2012). Knowledge and Information: Multidimensional Journal Evaluation : Analyzing Scientific Periodicals beyond the Impact Factor. Retrieved from http://www.ebrary.com
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The Full-Text Finder can help find available articles through our more than 50 subscription databases.
See the Library Reserve Policy.
See the Library Interlibrary Loan Policy.
See the Library Media Policy.