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Resource Introduction:

Specialsci is the earliest merged foreign language online academic resource platform in the scientific and technological intelligence field .It is also a special topic data resource development provider and digital education solution provider. It provides information services for more than 2000 group users,including universities, scientific research institutions, and large and medium-sized enterprise R&D centers. At present, it has 25 million full-text data (1995-present). Resources are divided into 5 major albums, more than 60 subject areas, involving various disciplines of higher education.

SpecialSci's resource types include academic papers, technical reports, meeting notes, agenda items, column comments, regulatory standards, new product information, patents, institutional publications, and other more than 10 different types, which vary by topic. More comprehensive types of information are collected in various thematic areas, and involves a wider range of information. At present, the library has become one of the commonly used databases of the Ministry of Education's scientific and new search platform.

The SpecialSci system platform is powerful. Provide a variety of navigation methods, such as "academic (term) navigation""categorized navigation""institutional navigation""awards navigation" "e-magazine".it is more convenient for readers to access the database entrance. The platform provides four kinds of search methods, "quick search", "advanced search", "professional search" and "secondary search". Readers can choose methods according to their own abilities and preferences to achieve a balance between the recall ratio and the precision ratio. The platform also provides a variety of value-added features, such as the search results statistics function, the results of the sorting options, title translation, results export function, and online "national dictionary" reading function.

The SpecialSci platform is suitable for readers who are researchers, university teachers, subject librarians, new recruits, graduate students and some undergraduates with a high level of English.