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Open Educational Resources
Contains open educational resources such as free textbooks and articles, including career resources.
Free database for discovering research and measuring its impact, with a general orientation towards STEM fields and the social sciences. It offers better research tools than Google Scholar and doesn't require a university affiliation like Web of Science. You can filter your results to only include open access articles.
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