Below is a selection of electronic resources (eResources) related to physics. These e-resources may include full-text journal articles, abstracts index of citations, e-books, references material, etc. The section below is divided into journals, core databases, reference databases, freely-available databases, and websites.
The Journals section features some of the renowned journals in the discipline; this is mostly determined by the journal ranking. Core Databases section lists down popular databases in the discipline. Freely Available Databases mostly feature databases that have been made open access following the open access movement to provide access to scholarly material to all. Websites section lists special interest websites focusing on supporting learners of all levels, and any other web resources that could be useful for those learning and researching the discipline. Scholarly Societies mostly feature notable institutions that focus their research efforts on various aspects of mathematics. Online Courses feature freely available courses by MIT and Harvard, these are particularly useful if you like self-learning or would like to brush up on certain aspects of mathematical research.
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What is an academic journal?
An academic journal is a peer-reviewed periodical that contains research articles on a specific subject area. It serves as the medium for research dissemination, with content ranging from original research, review articles, and book reviews. Some renowned journals in Physics are listed down below.