Besides to our campus, Schiller students have access to other libraries:
Open Access (OA) is “the practice of providing unrestricted access via the Internet to peer-reviewed scholarly journal articles and some other resources”. In answer to the so-called serials crisis, scientific articles and research results are published on repositories, document server, or OA journals, which are accessible to all users free of charge. Therefore OA can be viewed as a return to a core value of scholarship – the free exchange of ideas.
- Plataforma Open Access de Revistas Científicas Electrónicas Españolas y Latinoamericanas
- Directory of Open Access Journals
- OAISTER (OCLC – Digital Colecction Services)
- Repositorio GREDOS
- Tesis doctorales en red (Thesis)
Other resources about Plagiarism, Citation Styles and Research
- APA Style
- Home of the APA Publication Manual, this website includes answers to many questions not included in the print version of the APA Manual, including citation information for a variety of Internet sources. Note the Quick Answer-Reference link to citing websites.
- Citation Machine, Son of (APA Style & others)
- This site builds your citation for you after you enter elements of the citation. There’s also a link to a plagiarism check and a spelling check.
- Copyright Crash Course
- This resource provides answers to common questions regarding copyright including fair use, content on the Web, and Creative commons licensing.
- Copyright Law and Graduate Research
A guide to copyright created for students doing graduate level research.
- Evaluating Sources
This guide identifies basic criteria for judging an information source.
- Plagiarism: What It Is and How to Recognize and Avoid It
This site provides an explanation of plagiarism as well as advice on how to avoid plagiarizing.
- The Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL)
Contains over 200 resources on writing and research including one of the most comprehensive guides to APA formatting and style.
- Thinking Critically About Web 2.0 and Beyond
This guide offers advice on conducting Internet research.
- You Quote It, You Note It
An interactive tutorial that covers quoting versus paraphrasing and when and how to cite.