Databases for History of Science, Technology and Medicine
The Database for History of Science, Technology and Medicine is composed of four different sources. The four components are listed below. ASU has full-text access to the first two. The latter two are indexes; however, the articles can be ordered through Interlibrary Loan.
Features scholarly articles, research notes and commentary on the history of science, medicine, and technology, and their cultural influences dating from 1912 to present. (full-text access through ASU)
This database is an index. Articles can be acquired at no cost to ASU Affiliates through Interlibrary Loan (http://lib.asu.edu/ill). The text is in Italian; however, you can put the text through Google Translate to read it in English.
Use the Web of Science link to get into MyEndNote web. Available only to current ASU Affiliates. Create a ISI Web of Knowledge account to access MyEndNote Web. Use the Cite-While-You-Write plug in to create in text citations in Word.
Especially useful for Firefox users. Zotero is a free tool you can use to manage your citations. Use Word Processor Integration plugins for Word and Open Office for in-text citations and bibliography formatting.
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