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By Norma Beavers

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Our market landscapes on engineering portals and ebook sources for engineering will help you to get up to speed with all you need to know about engineering information resources and the main information providers.

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Jinfo has compiled two market landscapes covering engineering information resources, one focusing on engineering portals and one focusing on ebook sources for engineering.

These provide a useful brief on key vendors while also highlighting the key features and the value of each of their products. There's also a focus on the type of users who would find these platforms of interest and a guide to how the products are priced. You can also trial many of them before making a commitment. 


What's available?

The "Market landscape on engineering portals" highlights Engineering Source from EBSCO, Engineering Village from Elsevier, IEEE Xplore, IHS Engineering Workbench and ProQuest Engineering & SciTech. 

The "Market landscape on ebook sources for engineering" highlights seven resources: AccessEngineering from McGraw-Hill, CRCnetBASE from Taylor & Francis, EBSCO eBook Engineering Core, Engineering Core Collection from ProQuest, Knovel from Elsevier, Skillsoft Books EngineeringPro and Springer Nature for R&D.

It's worth getting to know the key information providers and what your options are - and these reports will certainly help you do that quickly.

 

Find out more

If you're unfamiliar with what companies such as Taylor and Francis, Elsevier, ProQuest, or EBSCO, to name but a few, have to offer in the engineering information resources field, why not find out more. Take a look at our "Market landscape on engineering portals" and "Market landscape on ebook sources for engineering".

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