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Green Resources Online

Written on: September 11th, 2009 by: Richard.James in Reviews

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Kudos to Gale/Cengage for publishing a very positive review of EBSCOs GreenFILE- a rival company’s product:

EBSCO once again made another important indexing/abstracting database freely available to librarians, other information professionals and the entire public (that cares). It deserves more up-to-date information than is currently offered by EBSCO because its content was good at the start, and grew by 25% since the launch of the database…

GreenFILE is a free service– available to anyone online, and a good starting point for anyone interested in researching environmental issues using abstracts or summaries of articles from the thousands of journals and magazines that are digitized by EBSCO and delivered online through library websites. If you’re a Delaware resident, you can follow up your research in GreenFILE by using your library card number and PIN to log in to Environment Complete, a more fully-featured EBSCO database that offers full-text versions of the articles abstracted in GreenFILE




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