The Library offers trials of new databases or e-resources to allow students and staff the opportunity to evaluate their suitability and use. Feedback from trials is used to inform possible purchase decisions.
Please share your feedback by providing comments in the relevant resource boxes below.
Go direct to the database trials for:
Multidisciplinary database trials
The following databases are now available to trial, and are relevant for all Faculties.
Publisher`s description: HMP is an iPhone/iPad app which collates information from over 1,250 journal editors including style of peer review (single-, double-blind, open peer etc.), acceptance rates, open access policies, publication fees etc. HMP is about helping you publish and crowd sourcing the experiences of the research community to help others publish too.
Trial ends 31.10.2014
1. Download the HMP app from the iOS app store
2. Open the app, tap on Account and then on Register Now
3. Enter your Deakin email address.
4. Click on the authentication link in the email that the publisher sends you.
5. Go back to the Account pane in the app and tap on `Refresh registraton status' and now complete. You will now have the HMP data on every journal in every subject area.
Please provide feedback by clicking on the comments link below. When posting comments you may like to consider the following:
- relevance to your area of interest
- ease of use
- search functonality
For further information please contact Linlin Zhao
Faculty of Arts & Education
The following databases are now available to trial, and are most relevant for the Faculty of Arts & Education.
Faculty of Business & Law
The following databases are now available to trial, and are most relevant for the Faculty of Business & Law..
Faculty of Health
The following databases are now available to trial, and are most relevant for the Faculty of Health.
Faculty of Science, Engineering & Built Environment
The following databases are now available to trial, and are most relevant for the Faculty of Science, Engineering & Built Environment
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