In this course, I will teach you different methods and tools in order to help you search scientific databases. To do so, I will answer more that 400 questions including the following:
How can I get scientific papers for free?
How can I read papers for free?
How do I access Science Direct?
How do I find scientific articles?
How do I search for an academic source on Google?
How do I search for an article on Elsevier?
How do I search for an article on Google?
How do I use SpringerLink?
How much does it cost to publish a paper in Springer?
Is Elsevier Scopus indexed?
Is Google a database?
Is Google Scholar a search engine?
Is Google Scholar credible?
Is ScienceDirect a credible source?
Is ScienceDirect an online database?
Is Scopus a database?
Is SpringerLink scholarly?
Is SpringerLink a database?
What is a SpringerLink?
What is GreenFILE?
What is the database that is an easy to use tool for research projects and homework?
Where is the best place to locate a scholarly article?
What is the difference between Elsevier and ScienceDirect?
What subjects does SpringerLink cover?
Where can I search for articles?
Which is better Scopus or PubMed?
Does Google use SQL?
Who is the father of database?
What is the biggest database?
Which database does Amazon use?
Does YouTube use a database?
What are the 4 types of database?