Recently we announced that we have expanded our database of sources for PlagScan PRO users by adding thousands of academic journals, including millions of scientific articles. In this blog post we would like to give you a better understanding about the context and the content we provide.
BMJ provides more than 60 peer-reviewed journals from the field of medicine. It is one of the world’s oldest publisher of medical journals, with its content dating back to 1840. With its various speciality topics, clinical and non-clinical topics provides a huge amount of scientific articles important for the academic world.
Gale, a Cengage company, contributes almost 3.000 journals to our database, with some of their products being available from other content providers. Their multidisciplinary range is oriented towards learners from higher education, K-12 and professionals from different areas like public and governmental workforce markets.
Alongside Palgrave Macmillan, Springer provides more than 3.000 journals and 6 million articles for your documents to be checked against. Springer covers a lot of multidisciplinary fields and brings scientific content from the areas of Medicine, Life Sciences, Engineering, Natural Sciences and a lot more on board.
Wiley brings a 200-year heritage of quality publishing to the table. By providing over 1.500 journals with more than 8.5 million articles for our database the publisher is an important source for our users. Especially with its multifaceted archive ranging from Arts & Architecture, over Criminology & Law to Physics & Statistics.
Taylor & Francis
The Taylor & Francis Group publishes in the areas of the Humanities, Social Sciences, Behavioural Sciences, Science, Technology and Medicine sectors and are one of the leading publishers of scholarly journals. Contents from some of the leading scientists and researchers are available across more than 3.000 journals providing more than 4 million articles.
We hope, this gives you a little more context, what contents we added to our database and which are available for you to check against. We are convinced that this is a huge win for our services and that it will have a big, positive impact on your checking capabilities.
Additional info on our sources can be found on our sources page. If you have questions, feel free to leave a comment below this blog post or contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward hearing from you