“We have to move beyond the traditional concepts of what encyclopedias are.” John Rennie, Editorial Director, AccessScience and Sagan Award Winner for the Public Understanding of Science
Join Veronica Lee to learn about the recently redesigned and improved Science and Engineering sites from McGraw-Hill’s much-praised Access Series of online reference tools:
AccessScience is the 2011 Library Journal Winner – Best in Media. Featuring contributions from 38 Nobel Prize winners,AccessScience connects undergraduates and upper-level high-school students with the world’s leading scientific minds and the most accurate information. Newly redesigned with enhanced functionality and powerful search capabilities, AccessScience presents a rich selection of media and content including video, animation, and research tools. AccessScience is an essential starting point to a scientific career and the perfect gateway to learning across all of the sciences.
AccessEngineering provides access to authoritative and regularly updated real-world engineering information to professionals and students alike. Overseen by a distinguished team of engineering faculty, AccessEngineering gives access to thousands of pages of content from renowned references such as Perry’s Handbook for Chemical Engineers, and offers dynamic digital features –such as video tutorials and Curriculum Maps— that make it easier for users to learn and interpret information and get the results they need.