CNRS documents access
Home >>News /Tests
***New ***: access to the Ebsco Open Dissertations portal
X

In order to make Electronic Theses and Dissertations more easily accessible to researchers around the world, EBSCO and BiblioLabs have created EBSCO Open Dissertations.

This free portal is intended for both students and universities and aims to facilitate access to Electronic Theses and Dissertations. Authors can download their Electronic Theses and Dissertations and share them with others. In return, universities see an increase in traffic to their institutional repositories.

More than 800,000 electronic theses and dissertations from 26 universities around the world are referenced in Open Dissertations.

To access it, go to BibCnrs and click on the tab “A database”.

OpenDissertations Flyer in French

 

01.04.21
Webinars December 2020: Setting up Google Scholar to access articles available in BibCnrs
X

We are proposing a Webinar  on “How should I change the settings on Google Scholar so that articles available via BibCnrs are flagged?” for 15 minutes.

We will then spend 15 minutes in discussion.

  • Wednesday 9 December 2020 from 2:00 pm to 2:30 pm

To take part in this Webinar (in French), you simply need to connect to this link  https://vsbbb-form.inist.fr/b/lau-ru1-6bz

  • Friday 11 December 2020 from 10:00 to 10:30 a.m

To take part in this Webinar (in French), you simply need to connect to this link  https://vsbbb-form.inist.fr/b/lau-ru1-6bz

  • Monday  14 December 2020 from 2:00 pm to 2:30 pm

To take part in this Webinar (in French), you simply need to connect to this link  https://vsbbb-form.inist.fr/b/lau-ru1-6bz

  •  Thursday 17 December 2020 from 10:00 am to 10:30 am

To take part in this Webinar (in French), you simply need to connect to this link  https://vsbbb-form.inist.fr/b/lau-ru1-6bz

 

ATTENTION: our Webinar will be run on the Big Blue Button (BBB) platform.

It is essential that each participant has access to a computer with a web browser (Chrome or Firefox is recommanded) and headphones.

12.02.20
BIBCNRS Webinars – November 2020
X

Since June the 15th you have been discovering, or perhaps using actively,  the novel interface of your portal for access to the BibCnrsdocumentary resources.

We are proposing a Webinar that will allow you to spend 30 minutes discovering all the novel facets of this new version.

  • A brief reminder of the UX method used (users’ esperiences)
  • A refined interface
  • Access to full texts in a single click
  • Highlighting free resources
  • Personalizing your own  interface thanks to a connection via your Janus account

We will then spend 30 minutes in discussion.

 

  • Monday 9 November 2020 from 3 :00 pm to 4 :00 pm

To take part in this Webinar (in French), you simply need to connect to this link  https://vsbbb-form.inist.fr/b/lau-ru1-6bz

  • Thursday 12 November 2020 from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm

To take part in this Webinar (in French), you simply need to connect to this link  https://vsbbb-form.inist.fr/b/lau-ru1-6bz

  • Monday  16 November 2020 from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm

To take part in this Webinar (in French), you simply need to connect to this link  https://vsbbb-form.inist.fr/b/lau-ru1-6bz

  •  Thursday 19 November 2020 from 10:00 am to 11:00 am

To take part in this Webinar (in French), you simply need to connect to this link  https://vsbbb-form.inist.fr/b/lau-ru1-6bz

  • Monday  23 November 2020 from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm

To take part in this Webinar (in French), you simply need to connect to this link  https://vsbbb-form.inist.fr/b/lau-ru1-6bz

  • Thursday 26 November 2020 from 10:00 am to 11:00 am

To take part in this Webinar (in French), you simply need to connect to this link  https://vsbbb-form.inist.fr/b/lau-ru1-6bz

  • Monday  30 November 2020 from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm

To take part in this Webinar (in French), you simply need to connect to this link  https://vsbbb-form.inist.fr/b/lau-ru1-6bz

 

ATTENTION: our Webinar will be run on the Big Blue Button (BBB) platform.

It is essential that each participant has access to a computer with a web browser (Chrome or Firefox is recommanded) and headphones.

11.05.20
DMP OPIDOR” Webinars: Thursday, November 5 or Thursday, November 19, 2020
X

Tool to assist in the creation of a Data Management Plan

Summary: A Data Management Plan (DMP) is a document that specifies the data to be collected or generated, how it is managed, shared and preserved during and after a project. The Inist teams would like to introduce you to the DMP OPIDoR tool to help you create data management plans online and also to answer your questions!

Target learners: all

Duration: 1 hour

Language : French

Agenda:

After a recap about the Data Management Plan, the webinar will present the DMP OPIDoR tool and specifically address the following points:

  1. The choice of the DMP model in the tool
  2. Input help functionalities
  3. Entering research products
  4. Collaborative functionalities

The presentation will be followed by a question and answer session.

Prerequisites: none

Registration: (choose only one date)

Information:

All our webinars will now take place on the Big Blue Button (BBB) platform.

All participants must have a computer with a web browser (Chrome or Firefox are recommended) and headphones (or earphones).

10.07.20
Webinars : Presentation of the DoRANum platform
X

« How do I manage and share my research data? How do I write my DMP? How do I obtain DOIs?…

If you are asking yourself these questions: DoRANum is for you!

DoRANum is an online self-training platform on how to manage and share research data to train you where you want, when you want, and according to your needs.

The webinar “Discover and understand the DoRANum platform” will allow you to understand what DoRANum is and how to navigate through the proposed educational resources according to your needs. ”

You just need a Windows or Mac computer, a web browser, headphones or earphones and you’re ready for an hour of online training.

This easy-to-use interface will allow you to follow the chosen training module from your desk while interacting with others, viewing the teacher’s documents on your screen and listening to his or her explanations.

 

Registration (choose one date only) :

(here are still a few places for the October session)

  • Tuesday October  6th, 2020 from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. (French time)  full session

To participate in this webinar, please register via this link:  https://framaforms.org/inscription-au-webinaire-doranum-du-061020-de-10h30-a-11h30-1593416399

This webinar (only in French) will help you understand what DoRANum is and how to navigate through the proposed educational resources according to your needs.

  • Thursday November 24th ,2020  from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m (French time)

To participate in this webinar, please register via this link :https://framaforms.org/inscription-au-webinaire-doranum-du-241120-de-10h30-a-11h30-1599747093

 

All of our webinars will now take place on the Big Blue Button (BBB) platform.

Each participant must have access to a computer equipped with a web browser (Chrome or Firefox recommended) and headphones (or earphones).

09.22.20
“BIBCNRS” Webinars (2 possible dates July 30 or 31)
X

Since June the 15th you have been discovering, or perhaps using actively,  the novel interface of your portal for access to the BibCnrsdocumentary resources.

We are proposing a Webinar that will allow you to spend 30 minutes discovering all the novel facets of this new version.

  • A brief reminder of the UX method used (users’ esperiences)
  • A refined interface
  • Access to full texts in a single click
  • Highlighting free resources
  • Personalizing your own  interface thanks to a connection via your Janus account

We will then spend 30 minutes in question – answer discussion.

 

  • Thursday 30th July 2020 from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m.

To take part in this Webinar (in French), you simply need to connect to this link  https://vsbbb-form.inist.fr/b/lau-ru1-6bz

  • Friday 31st July 2020 from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m.

To take part in this Webinar (in French), you simply need to connect to this link  https://vsbbb-form.inist.fr/b/lau-ru1-6bz

 

ATTENTION: our Webinar will be run on the Big Blue Button (BBB) platform.

It is essential that each participant has access to a computer with a web browser (Chrome or Firefox is recommanded) and headphones.

07.10.20
DMP OPIDoR Webinar – Thursday October 1st 2020: 10:30-11:30
X

A tool to assist in the creation of a Data Management Plan

Summary: A Data Management Plan (DMP) is a document that specifies the data to be collected or generated, how it is managed, shared and preserved during and after a project. The Inist teams would like to introduce you to the DMP OPIDoR tool to help you create data management plans online and also to answer your questions!

Target learners: all

Duration: 1 hour

Language : French

Agenda:

After a recap about the Data Management Plan, the webinar will present the DMP OPIDoR tool and specifically address the following points:

  1. The choice of the DMP model in the tool
  2. Input help functionalities
  3. Entering research products
  4. Collaborative functionalities

The presentation will be followed by a question and answer session.

Prerequisites: none

Registration: https://framaforms.org/inscription-au-webinaire-dmp-opidor-du-011020-de-10h30-a-11h30-1593414730

 

Information:

All our webinars will now take place on the Big Blue Button (BBB) platform.

All participants must have a computer with a web browser (Chrome or Firefox are recommended) and headphones (or earphones).

07.10.20
Webinar in French on “USING SOCIAL NETWORKS TO SHARE, DISSEMINATE AND PROMOTE RESEARCH”: (2 possible dates)
X

This interface is very simple to use and means learners can follow the chosen training module at distance from their desks. The module takes place in interaction with others and learners can also view the trainer’s documents on their screen while listening to the explanations.

After a brief recap of the social networks used by researchers, the webinar will address the following points:

  1. Useful functionalities for the visibility of research work and publications
  2. Measurements and statistics regarding your impact on these networks (altmetrics will not be discussed)
  3. Collaborative functionalities
  4. Rules, usages, advice, etc.

Prerequisite: an introductory document will be sent to you beforehand presenting the main features of the social networks to be discussed during the webinar (general information, profiles, etc.).

 

Registration (please just choose one date):

 

 

07.10.20
“BIBCNRS” Webinar Thursday 9th July 2020, from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m.
X

Since June the 15th you have been discovering, or perhaps using actively,  the novel interface of your portal for access to the BibCnrsdocumentary resources.

We are proposing a Webinar on Thursday 9th July 2020 from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. that will allow you to spend 30 minutes discovering all the novel facets of this new version.

  • A brief reminder of the UX method used (users’ esperiences)
  • A refined interface
  • Access to full texts in a single click
  • Highlighting free resources
  • Personalizing your own  interface thanks to a connection via your Janus account

We will then spend 30 minutes in question – answer discussion.

To take part in this Webinar (in French), you simply need to connect to this link  https://vsbbb-form.inist.fr/b/lau-ru1-6bz  from 2 p.m. onwards.

ATTENTION: our Webinar will be run on the Big Blue Button (BBB) platform.

It is essential that each participant has access to a computer with a web browser (Chrome or Firefox is recommanded) and headphones.

 

07.07.20
Webinars in French : Presentation of the DoRANum platform (2 possible dates)
X

« How do I manage and share my research data? How do I write my DMP? How do I obtain DOIs?…

If you are asking yourself these questions: DoRANum is for you!

DoRANum is an online self-training platform on how to manage and share research data to train you where you want, when you want, and according to your needs.

The webinar “Discover and understand the DoRANum platform” will allow you to understand what DoRANum is and how to navigate through the proposed educational resources according to your needs. ”

You just need a Windows or Mac computer, a web browser, headphones or earphones and you’re ready for an hour of online training.

This easy-to-use interface will allow you to follow the chosen training module from your desk while interacting with others, viewing the teacher’s documents on your screen and listening to his or her explanations.

This webinar (only in French) will help you understand what DoRANum is and how to navigate through the proposed educational resources according to your needs.

 

  • Thursday October  1st , 2020 from 2.30 to 3.30 p.m.

To participate in this webinar, please register via this link : https://framaforms.org/inscription-au-webinaire-doranum-du-011020-de-14h30-a-15h30-1593415638

  • Tuesday October  6th, 2020 from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m.

To participate in this webinar, please register via this link : https://framaforms.org/inscription-au-webinaire-doranum-du-061020-de-10h30-a-11h30-1593416399

 

All of our webinars will now take place on the Big Blue Button (BBB) platform.

Each participant must have access to a computer equipped with a web browser (Chrome or Firefox recommended) and headphones (or earphones).

07.06.20
The new version of Bibcnrs is online! What’s new?
X

06.17.20
Covid-19: list of facilities offered by suppliers brought to our attention
X

In a recent message, we informed you that Couperin, ADBU and EPRIST had invited scientific publishers to give free access to scientific publications during the Covid-19 pandemic.

There have been many initiatives from our suppliers to facilitate access to content. Some suppliers temporarily open up their entire catalogue while others open the Covid-19 information or extend or relax the access conditions in view of the situation.

Here is the list (put on line by COUPERIN) of the facilities offered by the suppliers which we have been informed of to date.

The opening of access to the CAIRN and J-STOR resources concern current subscribers. INIST has already contacted the publishers. We will of course inform you as soon as possible if and when they are actually opened and tell you access methods.

This list is of course not entirely complete but this is a true collaborative initiative and we will be adding to the list on a regular basis.

We remain at your entire disposal for any questions you may have and would also be grateful for any other information you may have that could be added to this list.

05.14.20
Subscription JSTOR 15 Arts & Sciences collections
X

Archives Database: 15 Arts & Sciences collections (religion, literature, art, social sciences and history) + 1 Mathematics & Statistics collection.

10.21.20
Webinar: Springer Nature – “Intelligent Technologies and Robotics” eBook collection: How to get the most out of this collection
X

With the discovery of the “Intelligent Technologies and Robotics” eBook collection  resource, we invite you to follow a webinar :

Oct 08, 2020 at 10:00 AM CEST

Register now!

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

10.01.20
Webinar : Springer Nature Experiments – How to find the protocols and methods you need for your research.
X

With the discovery of the Springer Nature Experiments resource, we invite you to follow a webinar :

 Sep 30, 2020 at 2:30 PM CEST

Register now!

Springer Nature Experiments helps users find and evaluate protocols and methods in the life sciences. It contains 65,000+ articles from SpringerProtocols, Nature Protocols and Nature Methods:

This webinar will show:
• What Springer Nature Experiments is and how it can help you
• How to search and filter your keywords
• How to evaluate the content and access the information you need
• How to navigate across different types of protocols and method content/pages
• How to use Antibody pages for your experiments

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

 

09.25.20
IOP Event : ECS Digital Library free from 5 to 11 April 2021
X

Many of you at INC have been checking out Electrochemical Society titles during the ECS Digital Library free trial that ran from October 2020 to January 2021, especially the Journal of Electrochemical Society (JES).

As an extension of this trial, we inform you of the “Free the science week” event, organized by ECS, in partnership with IOPpublishing: from Monday, April 5 to Sunday, April 11, the titles of the Electrochemical Society will be accessible for free to the subscribers of the IOPscience platform, including CNRS.

If you are interested in this event, you will be able to access the collection from this Monday, April 5th by following this link: https://inc.bib.cnrs.fr/login?url=https://iopscience.iop.org/partner/ecs

04.02.21
***New*** : access to the journal Science
X

We are pleased to inform you that now you have access to the journal Science since 1997 from the tab “A Journal, a book” via your BibCnrs portal.

03.19.21
New: subscription IOPscience extra
X

86 titles in physics and other fields: biomedical engineering, nanotechnology, astrophysics, chemistry, environment, mathematics… part of the IOPscience extra bouquet.

List of titles

11.19.20
Subscription JSTOR 15 Arts & Sciences collections
X

Archives Database: 15 Arts & Sciences collections (religion, literature, art, social sciences and history) + 1 Mathematics & Statistics collection.

10.21.20
Webinar: Springer Nature – “Intelligent Technologies and Robotics” eBook collection: How to get the most out of this collection
X

With the discovery of the “Intelligent Technologies and Robotics” eBook collection  resource, we invite you to follow a webinar :

Oct 08, 2020 at 10:00 AM CEST

Register now!

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

10.01.20
New: subscription IOPscience extra
X

86 titles in physics and other fields: biomedical engineering, nanotechnology, astrophysics, chemistry, environment, mathematics… part of the IOPscience extra bouquet.

List of titles

11.19.20
Subscription JSTOR 15 Arts & Sciences collections
X

Archives Database: 15 Arts & Sciences collections (religion, literature, art, social sciences and history) + 1 Mathematics & Statistics collection.

10.21.20
Webinar: Springer Nature – “Intelligent Technologies and Robotics” eBook collection: How to get the most out of this collection
X

With the discovery of the “Intelligent Technologies and Robotics” eBook collection  resource, we invite you to follow a webinar :

Oct 08, 2020 at 10:00 AM CEST

Register now!

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

10.01.20
Subscription JSTOR 15 Arts & Sciences collections
X

Archives Database: 15 Arts & Sciences collections (religion, literature, art, social sciences and history) + 1 Mathematics & Statistics collection.

10.21.20
Webinar: Springer Nature – “Intelligent Technologies and Robotics” eBook collection: How to get the most out of this collection
X

With the discovery of the “Intelligent Technologies and Robotics” eBook collection  resource, we invite you to follow a webinar :

Oct 08, 2020 at 10:00 AM CEST

Register now!

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

10.01.20
Webinar : Springer Nature Experiments – How to find the protocols and methods you need for your research.
X

With the discovery of the Springer Nature Experiments resource, we invite you to follow a webinar :

 Sep 30, 2020 at 2:30 PM CEST

Register now!

Springer Nature Experiments helps users find and evaluate protocols and methods in the life sciences. It contains 65,000+ articles from SpringerProtocols, Nature Protocols and Nature Methods:

This webinar will show:
• What Springer Nature Experiments is and how it can help you
• How to search and filter your keywords
• How to evaluate the content and access the information you need
• How to navigate across different types of protocols and method content/pages
• How to use Antibody pages for your experiments

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

 

09.25.20
New: subscription IOPscience extra
X

86 titles in physics and other fields: biomedical engineering, nanotechnology, astrophysics, chemistry, environment, mathematics… part of the IOPscience extra bouquet.

List of titles

11.19.20
Webinar: Springer Nature – “Intelligent Technologies and Robotics” eBook collection: How to get the most out of this collection
X

With the discovery of the “Intelligent Technologies and Robotics” eBook collection  resource, we invite you to follow a webinar :

Oct 08, 2020 at 10:00 AM CEST

Register now!

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

10.01.20
***New*** – ProQuest Sociology Database
X

We are pleased to announce the acquisition of the Proquest database « Sociology Database », which provides access to a collection of 800 humanities and social sciences journals from 1960 to the present.

This database is accessible from the “Database” tab via your portal BibCnrs.

03.19.21
Webinar: Springer Nature – “Intelligent Technologies and Robotics” eBook collection: How to get the most out of this collection
X

With the discovery of the “Intelligent Technologies and Robotics” eBook collection  resource, we invite you to follow a webinar :

Oct 08, 2020 at 10:00 AM CEST

Register now!

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

10.01.20
CollEx scientific interest group test – 2410 political science ebooks published by Cambridge University Press
X

We would like to take this opportunity to remind you of the CollEx-Persée scientific interest group test being conducted on more than 2410 ebooks in political science published by Cambridge University Press.

Thanks to CollEx-Persée funding, 110 ebooks in political science published by Cambridge University Press will be permanently accessible to all French higher education and research institutions as well as to the Bibliothèque Nationale de France.

 

This acquisition will be made in two stages and is based on the principle of “purchase by use”:

– Phase 1: all three collections ‘Comparative politics’, ‘European government, politics and policy’ and ‘International relations and international organisations’ will be accessible until mid-July 2020: https://inshs.bib.cnrs.fr/login?url=http://cambridge.org/collexpersee

– Phase 2: At the end of phase 1, the 110 most consulted titles will be definitively acquired by the CollEx-Persée scientific interest group. They will remain accessible for five years on the publisher’s platform and integrated into the ISTEX platform for long-term access.

05.15.20
New: subscription IOPscience extra
X

86 titles in physics and other fields: biomedical engineering, nanotechnology, astrophysics, chemistry, environment, mathematics… part of the IOPscience extra bouquet.

List of titles

11.19.20
Webinar: Springer Nature – “Intelligent Technologies and Robotics” eBook collection: How to get the most out of this collection
X

With the discovery of the “Intelligent Technologies and Robotics” eBook collection  resource, we invite you to follow a webinar :

Oct 08, 2020 at 10:00 AM CEST

Register now!

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

10.01.20
Webinar: Springer Nature – “Intelligent Technologies and Robotics” eBook collection: How to get the most out of this collection
X

With the discovery of the “Intelligent Technologies and Robotics” eBook collection  resource, we invite you to follow a webinar :

Oct 08, 2020 at 10:00 AM CEST

Register now!

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

10.01.20
Subscription JSTOR collection Mathematics and Statistics
X

Archives database from 99 journals in mathematics and statistics.

10.21.20
Webinar: Springer Nature – “Intelligent Technologies and Robotics” eBook collection: How to get the most out of this collection
X

With the discovery of the “Intelligent Technologies and Robotics” eBook collection  resource, we invite you to follow a webinar :

Oct 08, 2020 at 10:00 AM CEST

Register now!

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

10.01.20
***New*** : access to the journal Science
X

We are pleased to inform you that now you have access to the journal Science since 1997 from the tab “A Journal, a book” via your BibCnrs portal.

03.19.21
Subscription JSTOR collection Mathematics and Statistics
X

Archives database from 99 journals in mathematics and statistics.

10.21.20
Webinar: Springer Nature – “Intelligent Technologies and Robotics” eBook collection: How to get the most out of this collection
X

With the discovery of the “Intelligent Technologies and Robotics” eBook collection  resource, we invite you to follow a webinar :

Oct 08, 2020 at 10:00 AM CEST

Register now!

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

10.01.20
X

Springer’s e-books collection “Intelligent Technologies and Robotics” covers applications such as Intelligent Transportation, Humanoids, Self-Driving Cars, IoT, Ambient Intelligence, Smart Cities, Human-computer Interaction, Computational Intelligence, Industry 4.0, Medical Robotics, or Data Science.

After a first discovery campaign in 2020 on ebooks published in 2019, this year’s new free trial covers content published in 2020, i.e. 595 titles.

Test date:04.01.21 >05.31.21
X

The ARTstor Digital Library contains about 1.6 million images in the fields of arts, architecture, humanities and sciences. It is particularly aimed at a public of teacher-researchers and students.
The images in the ARTstor database come from the collections of museums, libraries and archives around the world. ARTstor is a non-profit organisation whose aim is to offer a pool of high-resolution images through the use of digital technologies.

To download content from the ARTstor database, you need to create a personal account in addition to institutional access via BibCnrs.

Follow the Register link in the top right-hand corner of the home page.

Test date:03.01.21 >04.30.21
X

Springer’s e-books collection “Intelligent Technologies and Robotics” covers applications such as Intelligent Transportation, Humanoids, Self-Driving Cars, IoT, Ambient Intelligence, Smart Cities, Human-computer Interaction, Computational Intelligence, Industry 4.0, Medical Robotics, or Data Science.

After a first discovery campaign in 2020 on ebooks published in 2019, this year’s new free trial covers content published in 2020, i.e. 595 titles.

Test date:04.01.21 >05.31.21
X

The ARTstor Digital Library contains about 1.6 million images in the fields of arts, architecture, humanities and sciences. It is particularly aimed at a public of teacher-researchers and students.
The images in the ARTstor database come from the collections of museums, libraries and archives around the world. ARTstor is a non-profit organisation whose aim is to offer a pool of high-resolution images through the use of digital technologies.

To download content from the ARTstor database, you need to create a personal account in addition to institutional access via BibCnrs.

Follow the Register link in the top right-hand corner of the home page.

Test date:03.01.21 >04.30.21
X

Springer’s e-books collection “Intelligent Technologies and Robotics” covers applications such as Intelligent Transportation, Humanoids, Self-Driving Cars, IoT, Ambient Intelligence, Smart Cities, Human-computer Interaction, Computational Intelligence, Industry 4.0, Medical Robotics, or Data Science.

After a first discovery campaign in 2020 on ebooks published in 2019, this year’s new free trial covers content published in 2020, i.e. 595 titles.

Test date:04.01.21 >05.31.21
X

The ARTstor Digital Library contains about 1.6 million images in the fields of arts, architecture, humanities and sciences. It is particularly aimed at a public of teacher-researchers and students.
The images in the ARTstor database come from the collections of museums, libraries and archives around the world. ARTstor is a non-profit organisation whose aim is to offer a pool of high-resolution images through the use of digital technologies.

To download content from the ARTstor database, you need to create a personal account in addition to institutional access via BibCnrs.

Follow the Register link in the top right-hand corner of the home page.

Test date:03.01.21 >04.30.21
X

Springer’s e-books collection “Intelligent Technologies and Robotics” covers applications such as Intelligent Transportation, Humanoids, Self-Driving Cars, IoT, Ambient Intelligence, Smart Cities, Human-computer Interaction, Computational Intelligence, Industry 4.0, Medical Robotics, or Data Science.

After a first discovery campaign in 2020 on ebooks published in 2019, this year’s new free trial covers content published in 2020, i.e. 595 titles.

Test date:04.01.21 >05.31.21
X

The ARTstor Digital Library contains about 1.6 million images in the fields of arts, architecture, humanities and sciences. It is particularly aimed at a public of teacher-researchers and students.
The images in the ARTstor database come from the collections of museums, libraries and archives around the world. ARTstor is a non-profit organisation whose aim is to offer a pool of high-resolution images through the use of digital technologies.

To download content from the ARTstor database, you need to create a personal account in addition to institutional access via BibCnrs.

Follow the Register link in the top right-hand corner of the home page.

Test date:03.01.21 >04.30.21
X

Springer’s e-books collection “Intelligent Technologies and Robotics” covers applications such as Intelligent Transportation, Humanoids, Self-Driving Cars, IoT, Ambient Intelligence, Smart Cities, Human-computer Interaction, Computational Intelligence, Industry 4.0, Medical Robotics, or Data Science.

After a first discovery campaign in 2020 on ebooks published in 2019, this year’s new free trial covers content published in 2020, i.e. 595 titles.

Test date:04.01.21 >05.31.21
X

The ARTstor Digital Library contains about 1.6 million images in the fields of arts, architecture, humanities and sciences. It is particularly aimed at a public of teacher-researchers and students.
The images in the ARTstor database come from the collections of museums, libraries and archives around the world. ARTstor is a non-profit organisation whose aim is to offer a pool of high-resolution images through the use of digital technologies.

To download content from the ARTstor database, you need to create a personal account in addition to institutional access via BibCnrs.

Follow the Register link in the top right-hand corner of the home page.

Test date:03.01.21 >04.30.21
X

Springer’s e-books collection “Intelligent Technologies and Robotics” covers applications such as Intelligent Transportation, Humanoids, Self-Driving Cars, IoT, Ambient Intelligence, Smart Cities, Human-computer Interaction, Computational Intelligence, Industry 4.0, Medical Robotics, or Data Science.

After a first discovery campaign in 2020 on ebooks published in 2019, this year’s new free trial covers content published in 2020, i.e. 595 titles.

Test date:04.01.21 >05.31.21
X

The ARTstor Digital Library contains about 1.6 million images in the fields of arts, architecture, humanities and sciences. It is particularly aimed at a public of teacher-researchers and students.
The images in the ARTstor database come from the collections of museums, libraries and archives around the world. ARTstor is a non-profit organisation whose aim is to offer a pool of high-resolution images through the use of digital technologies.

To download content from the ARTstor database, you need to create a personal account in addition to institutional access via BibCnrs.

Follow the Register link in the top right-hand corner of the home page.

Test date:03.01.21 >04.30.21
X

Springer’s e-books collection “Intelligent Technologies and Robotics” covers applications such as Intelligent Transportation, Humanoids, Self-Driving Cars, IoT, Ambient Intelligence, Smart Cities, Human-computer Interaction, Computational Intelligence, Industry 4.0, Medical Robotics, or Data Science.

After a first discovery campaign in 2020 on ebooks published in 2019, this year’s new free trial covers content published in 2020, i.e. 595 titles.

Test date:04.01.21 >05.31.21
X

The ARTstor Digital Library contains about 1.6 million images in the fields of arts, architecture, humanities and sciences. It is particularly aimed at a public of teacher-researchers and students.
The images in the ARTstor database come from the collections of museums, libraries and archives around the world. ARTstor is a non-profit organisation whose aim is to offer a pool of high-resolution images through the use of digital technologies.

To download content from the ARTstor database, you need to create a personal account in addition to institutional access via BibCnrs.

Follow the Register link in the top right-hand corner of the home page.

Test date:03.01.21 >04.30.21
X

Springer’s e-books collection “Intelligent Technologies and Robotics” covers applications such as Intelligent Transportation, Humanoids, Self-Driving Cars, IoT, Ambient Intelligence, Smart Cities, Human-computer Interaction, Computational Intelligence, Industry 4.0, Medical Robotics, or Data Science.

After a first discovery campaign in 2020 on ebooks published in 2019, this year’s new free trial covers content published in 2020, i.e. 595 titles.

Test date:04.01.21 >05.31.21
X

The ARTstor Digital Library contains about 1.6 million images in the fields of arts, architecture, humanities and sciences. It is particularly aimed at a public of teacher-researchers and students.
The images in the ARTstor database come from the collections of museums, libraries and archives around the world. ARTstor is a non-profit organisation whose aim is to offer a pool of high-resolution images through the use of digital technologies.

To download content from the ARTstor database, you need to create a personal account in addition to institutional access via BibCnrs.

Follow the Register link in the top right-hand corner of the home page.

Test date:03.01.21 >04.30.21
X

Springer’s e-books collection “Intelligent Technologies and Robotics” covers applications such as Intelligent Transportation, Humanoids, Self-Driving Cars, IoT, Ambient Intelligence, Smart Cities, Human-computer Interaction, Computational Intelligence, Industry 4.0, Medical Robotics, or Data Science.

After a first discovery campaign in 2020 on ebooks published in 2019, this year’s new free trial covers content published in 2020, i.e. 595 titles.

Test date:04.01.21 >05.31.21
X

The ARTstor Digital Library contains about 1.6 million images in the fields of arts, architecture, humanities and sciences. It is particularly aimed at a public of teacher-researchers and students.
The images in the ARTstor database come from the collections of museums, libraries and archives around the world. ARTstor is a non-profit organisation whose aim is to offer a pool of high-resolution images through the use of digital technologies.

To download content from the ARTstor database, you need to create a personal account in addition to institutional access via BibCnrs.

Follow the Register link in the top right-hand corner of the home page.

Test date:03.01.21 >04.30.21
X

Springer’s e-books collection “Intelligent Technologies and Robotics” covers applications such as Intelligent Transportation, Humanoids, Self-Driving Cars, IoT, Ambient Intelligence, Smart Cities, Human-computer Interaction, Computational Intelligence, Industry 4.0, Medical Robotics, or Data Science.

After a first discovery campaign in 2020 on ebooks published in 2019, this year’s new free trial covers content published in 2020, i.e. 595 titles.

Test date:04.01.21 >05.31.21
X

The ARTstor Digital Library contains about 1.6 million images in the fields of arts, architecture, humanities and sciences. It is particularly aimed at a public of teacher-researchers and students.
The images in the ARTstor database come from the collections of museums, libraries and archives around the world. ARTstor is a non-profit organisation whose aim is to offer a pool of high-resolution images through the use of digital technologies.

To download content from the ARTstor database, you need to create a personal account in addition to institutional access via BibCnrs.

Follow the Register link in the top right-hand corner of the home page.

Test date:03.02.21 >04.30.21

News Common

***New ***: access to the Ebsco Open Dissertations portal
01.04.21 +details
Webinars December 2020: Setting up Google Scholar to access articles available in BibCnrs
12.02.20 +details
BIBCNRS Webinars – November 2020
11.05.20 +details
DMP OPIDOR” Webinars: Thursday, November 5 or Thursday, November 19, 2020
10.07.20 +details
Webinars : Presentation of the DoRANum platform
09.22.20 +details
“BIBCNRS” Webinars (2 possible dates July 30 or 31)
07.10.20 +details
DMP OPIDoR Webinar – Thursday October 1st 2020: 10:30-11:30
07.10.20 +details
Webinar in French on “USING SOCIAL NETWORKS TO SHARE, DISSEMINATE AND PROMOTE RESEARCH”: (2 possible dates)
07.10.20 +details
“BIBCNRS” Webinar Thursday 9th July 2020, from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m.
07.07.20 +details
Webinars in French : Presentation of the DoRANum platform (2 possible dates)
07.06.20 +details
The new version of Bibcnrs is online! What’s new?
06.17.20 +details
Covid-19: list of facilities offered by suppliers brought to our attention
05.14.20 +details

News Biological Sciences

Subscription JSTOR 15 Arts & Sciences collections
10.21.20 +details
Webinar: Springer Nature – “Intelligent Technologies and Robotics” eBook collection: How to get the most out of this collection
10.01.20 +details
Webinar : Springer Nature Experiments – How to find the protocols and methods you need for your research.
09.25.20 +details

News Chemistry

IOP Event : ECS Digital Library free from 5 to 11 April 2021
04.02.21 +details
***New*** : access to the journal Science
03.19.21 +details
New: subscription IOPscience extra
11.19.20 +details
Subscription JSTOR 15 Arts & Sciences collections
10.21.20 +details
Webinar: Springer Nature – “Intelligent Technologies and Robotics” eBook collection: How to get the most out of this collection
10.01.20 +details

News Earth Sciences & Astronomy

New: subscription IOPscience extra
11.19.20 +details
Subscription JSTOR 15 Arts & Sciences collections
10.21.20 +details
Webinar: Springer Nature – “Intelligent Technologies and Robotics” eBook collection: How to get the most out of this collection
10.01.20 +details

News Ecology & Environment

Subscription JSTOR 15 Arts & Sciences collections
10.21.20 +details
Webinar: Springer Nature – “Intelligent Technologies and Robotics” eBook collection: How to get the most out of this collection
10.01.20 +details
Webinar : Springer Nature Experiments – How to find the protocols and methods you need for your research.
09.25.20 +details

News Engineering & Systems

New: subscription IOPscience extra
11.19.20 +details
Webinar: Springer Nature – “Intelligent Technologies and Robotics” eBook collection: How to get the most out of this collection
10.01.20 +details

News Humanities & Social Sciences

***New*** – ProQuest Sociology Database
03.19.21 +details
Webinar: Springer Nature – “Intelligent Technologies and Robotics” eBook collection: How to get the most out of this collection
10.01.20 +details
CollEx scientific interest group test – 2410 political science ebooks published by Cambridge University Press
05.15.20 +details

News Information Sciences

New: subscription IOPscience extra
11.19.20 +details
Webinar: Springer Nature – “Intelligent Technologies and Robotics” eBook collection: How to get the most out of this collection
10.01.20 +details

News Mathematics

Webinar: Springer Nature – “Intelligent Technologies and Robotics” eBook collection: How to get the most out of this collection
10.01.20 +details

News Nuclear & Particle Physics

Subscription JSTOR collection Mathematics and Statistics
10.21.20 +details
Webinar: Springer Nature – “Intelligent Technologies and Robotics” eBook collection: How to get the most out of this collection
10.01.20 +details

News Physics

***New*** : access to the journal Science
03.19.21 +details
Subscription JSTOR collection Mathematics and Statistics
10.21.20 +details
Webinar: Springer Nature – “Intelligent Technologies and Robotics” eBook collection: How to get the most out of this collection
10.01.20 +details

Tests

No test resources
More of BibCnrs