USEFUL  INTERNET LINKS

* Indian Theses Reservoir : SHODH GANGA : http://shodhganga.inflibnet.ac.in/
* Networked Digtal Library of Theses and Dissertations - NDLTD : http://www.ndltd.org/
* MIT Open Courseware : http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/find-by-department/
* INTECH Open Science : Books & Journals : http://www.intechopen.com/
* Vigyan Prasar Digital Library :    http://www.vigyanprasar.gov.in/digilib/
* Vidwan - National Researchers Network & Expert Database  : http://vidwan.inflibnet.ac.in/index.php
* Open Course Ware Consortium : http://www.oeconsortium.org/en
* Online Courses : http://www.onlinecourses.com/
*  NISCAIR Publications / Journals : http://nopr.niscair.res.in/handle/123456789/2
* Indian Academy of Science  Publications / Journals : http://www.ias.ac.in/pubs/journals/
* Bio-Tech Digital Library consortia : http://delcon.gov.in/D_alpha.html  
Beginners Guide to Molecular Biology : http://www.medicalandnursing- training.com/medic/beginners-guide-molecular-biology.html
* Free Academic Journals http://www.academicjournals.org/about.htm
* Useful Links LIS Professionals : http://www.ncsi.iisc.ernet.in/raja/lib-info-sources.htm#websites
* Free Online Journals  :  www.doaj.org
Aman Movement : http://www.amanmovement.org/
Anti Ragging Site : https://www.antiragging.in/
Anti Ragging Vedios : http://www.ugc.ac.in/page/Videos-Regarding-Ragging.aspx
* Vigyan Prasar : http://www.vigyanprasar.gov.in/index.asp
* Open Access Journals  :  http://www.openj-gate.com/Search/QuickSearch.aspx
* Free Full-Text Journals on-line :   http://www.freefulltext.com
* Online Course Materials from IIT  http://nptel.iitm.ac.in/
* Scholarly Communication in Engineering :   <http://eldsc.library.cornell.edu/>
* Google Scholar provides a scholarly literature :  http://scholar.google.com /
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Catalogue of world libraries : http://www.libdex.com/

* Innovative INTERNET applications in Libraries  :  http://www.wiltonlibrary.org/Innovate.html
* Information Research : an Int. Electronic Journal  :   http://informationr.net/ir/index.html
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Open Source Books : http://www.gutenberg.org

* Public Library of Science: www.plos.org/journals/index.html
* Google Books Search: http://books.google.com
* The Hindu E-News Paper  :   http://epaper.thehindu.com/login.php
* Hindu Business Online paper  : http://epaper.thehindubusinessline.com
* Right to Information Act  http://persmin.nic.in/RTI/WelcomeRTI.htm
* AP State Council for Hight Education  :  http://www.apsche.org/other_links.asp
* All Indian Council for Technical Education (AICTE)  :  http://www.aicte.ernet.in
* Beautiful search engine.:  www.exalead.com
* Int. directory of publishers and vendors  :      http://acqweb.library.vanderbilt.edu/pubr.html
* To Access Newspapers and Magazines.  http://www.world-newspapers.com/  http://www.onlinenewspapers.com/
* To check the spelling in email and your   web pages   www.Iespell.com
* It's a protecting wall between browser and your computer stopping all the virus ,Trojans etc etc. www.greenborder.com
* Librarian Internet Index  : http://lii.org/
* Google Directory : Biography : http://www.google.com/Top/Reference/Biography/
* Web Portal for Engineering students : www.btechguru.com 
* Digital Image Processing – Lecture notes  to Computer Engineering Students  http://eeweb.poly.edu/~onur/lectures/lectures.html
* Virtual library for waste water engineering subject : http://www.cleanh2o.com/ww/
* Mechanical Engineering information  :  http://www.hw.ac.uk/library/howtomecheng.html
* Learn English  : http://www.learnenglish.org.uk/
* Self-empowerment :  http://www.self-empowerment-network.com/
* TOEFL IBT Practice Question : http://toeflpractice.ets.org/
* Scholarly Communication in Engineering : <http://eldsc.library.cornell.edu/>

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The Engineering Libraries Division  <http://eld.lib.ucdavis.edu/>  
* UK e-print archive mirror  http://xxx.soton.ac.uk/
* Open Archives Initiative   http://www.openarchives.org/
* PubMed Central (Medical Literature) http://www.pumedcentral.nih.gov/
* American Mathematical Society Preprint Server   http://www.ams.org/preprints/
* CERN preprint Server  http://preprints.cern.ch/
* Chemical Physics Preprint Database  http://www.chem.brown.edu/chem-ph.html
* Chemistry Preprint Server   http://www.chemweb.com/preprint
* Economics Working paper Archive:   http://econwpa.wustl.edu/wpawelcome.html
* High Energy Physics Preprint Database http://wwwspires.slac.stanford.edu/find/hep
* Nitride Semiconductor Research preprint server   http://nsr.mij.mrs.org/preprints/
* Department of Energy's preprint Network   http://www.osti.gov/preprint/
*  Theoretical Chemistry preprints http://www.chemie.uniregensburg.de/pub/preprint/GENINFO.html
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Free Online Resources for College Students 

Khan Academy.

This massive teaching tool is the brainchild of Salman Khan who began making YouTube tutorials in math for his relatives and friends. Their popularity prompted him to make a career out of the institute. The website is entirely free and funded by donation.

 A variety of teachers show how to do everything from algebra to post-modern literature to biology and the lessons have been translated into 23 different languages. Download the app today and get this awesome tool to help you stay on track with all of your school or to further your education.

Glass Door.

College helps train students for professional life. One way to do that is through internships. Paid or otherwise, an internship is a way of getting experience in your chosen field. There are many out there. Some have massive competition while others go completely unfilled, but how do you know the job or internship is good for you?

Enter Glass Door. This website allows people to post anonymous ratings of positions and companies completely free. The site allows you to see what people have said about the internship before you ever even apply. It can also help you narrow your search for internships that help you get where you want to be

Rate My Professor.

Getting to know a professor is tough by any account, but sometimes it can help to know them before they know you. Ratemyprofessor.com is a useful tool to do just that.

The site allows students to post reviews of classes, professors, and even school as a whole. You can see exactly how hard the class will be, what to expect in terms of help, and which professors are more concerned about research than teaching

The Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL)

Communication is key to everything. From relationships to work to schoolwork, communication is paramount to success. However, communicating ideas in writing is not easy as evident by the thousands of papers, books, apps, and websites dedicated to helping people write.

Many claim to be able to teach anyone to write, but few can compare in sheer detail and thoroughness as Purdue University’s Online Writing Lab. The website is free to the public and contains a complete style guide to the Modern Language Association including a perfect complete example paper.

Sparknotes

Reading is easy. Understanding is hard. When the professor drones on and on about the Biblical basis of the characters’ dilemma, the Faustian bargain he must make, or how the murder of a side character was actually a rape, some minds might wander.

Others will wonder what drugs the professor’s on to be pulling this stuff from thin air. That’s where Sparknotes comes in. This handy website allows you to get more than just a summary of a book’s chapters. It gives you an invaluable tool for understanding the intricacies of literature.

LiveMocha.

Learning new languages is certainly a difficult task and making a good grade while doing so is even harder. Here’s where LiveMocha can help. This site is a points-based learning site where experts and the community help each other learn 38 different languages.

This site also offers the experience of having peers review your work to help you learn better and faster.

Google Scholar

Google is synonymous with search engines, but for all its amazing power, it has its failings. The engine has been accused of being biased according to who’s paying the most or who’s most popular at the time. So when searching for sources or research, Google’s main engine doesn’t cut it.

Here’s where the scholar function comes in handy. It will search universities, libraries, archives, and repositories for “scholarly articles” or more reliable, more knowledgeable information on a given topic. That will give you some better material than a Google search on the Industrial Revolution.

BibMe

Need a bibliography for a paper now? Want to get some feedback on your styling? Don’t want to pay for it? Try BibMe.org. This amazing site has instant bibliography makers for MLA, APA, Chicago, and Turabian styles, feedback generators for essays, a title page generator, and a citation guide to help you make sure authors and artists get their due credit

Project Gutenberg.

How much did you spend on books last semester? Answer: too much, especially when you can get your books for free on Project Gutenberg.

This site offers an enormous library of books for free download. Available throughout the country, this site seeks to allow for the free flow of knowledge worldwide. Textbooks are sparse on the site, but for a novel or other book, why waste the money? Kindle, iPad, and plain text versions are available for download.

 

 

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