Report:Engineering Village/Import, Export, and Download
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Import, Export, and Download Features
Engineering Village is primarily a bibliographic database search tool, meaning most of the records that are returned in a result set are not themselves full-text documents, but abstracts with various indexing and classification information associated with them. These results will contain links to an outside source, usually to a website for the article’s publisher, where the full-text document may be purchased. Elsevier, also a major publisher of scientific journals, may be able to provide many of these articles for purchase via its ScienceDirect service; however, Engineering Village will also link to non-Elsevier publishing entities which may offer their full text articles for sale. The full text links, along with an example of a thirdy party publisher’s website, are shown in the figures below.
Engineering Village offers a variety of indirect document delivery options. When publishers do not make their full text article copies available for purchase, users are able to choose their preferred document delivery service, such as the Linda Hall Library, the British Library, or CISTI to order the document directly from the Engineering Village interface. Users are directed from the document abstract to the selected document delivery service.
In addition to the indirect full-text document delivery options, Engineering Village also gives the user the ability to download the bibliographic records of selected documents. This option is available by clicking the ‘Download’ button within the Results Manager when the list of results is displayed. See the screenshot below.
These bibliographic records are available in the following formats:
- RIS, EndNote, ProCite, Reference Manager
- BibTex format
- RefWorks direct import
- Plain text format (ASCII)