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Ekstrom Library

Collection Development

Engineering & Technology Collections Data Guide

Database Usage Statistics

Usage of Engineering & Technology Databases: 2020

Database Searches Downloads
ACM Guide to Computer Literature 599 1,575
American Chemical Society Publications 13,297 43,209
Compendex (Engineering Village) 3,781
IEEE Xplore 3,832 14,945
Incites Essential Science Indicators 51
INSPEC 3,773
Reaxys 889

Usage of Engineering & Technology Databases: 2020

Database Searches Downloads
ACM Guide to Computer Literature 2,637 510
American Chemical Society Publications 12,736 42,951
Compendex (Engineering Village) 3,781
Essential Science Indicators 64
IEEE Xplore 7,166 10,734
INSPEC 3,773
Reaxys 1,560

Top 10 Journals

The lists of Top 10 journals by subject were extracted from Journal Citation Reports database. The Libraries own or have access to all titles linked below.

Top 10 Journals in Engineering & Technology

Journal Name Total Citations 2020 Journal Impact Factor Eigenfactor Score Article Influence Score
Energy & Environmental Science 101,688 38.532 0.129 8.693
Nature Electronics 4,455 33.686 0.014 11.918
Progress in Energy & Combustion Science 14,154 29.394 0.01 7.229
Nature Biomedical Engineering 6,476 25.671 0.02 8.991
Applied Catalysis B – Environmental 123,618 19.503 0.127 2.67
IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence 59,682 16.389 0.063 6.095
Bioactive Materials 2,145 14.593 0.003 2.041
Chemical Engineering Journal 180,395 13.273 0.167 1.669
npj Flexible Electronics 810 12.74 0.002 2.827
IEEE Signal Processing Magazine 12,559 12.551 0.013 4.734

Book Holdings

Program Reviews

As part of the University of Louisville's New Academic Program Approval Process, the University Libraries are asked to provide a letter of support and an evaluation of the library resources available to support newly proposed degrees and certificates.  Below are recent reviews written by Library faculty that outline available resources for specific programs proposed by the Speed School of Engineering.

 

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