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|Databases M||Notes||Works with|
|MagPortal||Indexes over 150 free to access e-magazines, mostly non-academic.|
||E-version of Mathematical Reviews, indexes over 2 million items covering all areas of mathematics. Note: provides article/journal linking but does not display the 360 Link icon.|
|Medline||A number of free interfaces to the Medline database are available: the two most commonly used ones are PubMed and the NLM Gateway||RefWorks (PubMed)|
|Methods in Organic Synthesis (from the RSC)||Developments in organic synthesis. 1998-|
|Microsoft Academic Search (Beta)||Information about academic papers, authors, conferences, journals, and organizations from multiple sources. Click on the directional arrow to see extra features.|
|MLA Bibliography: Literature Resource Center||Modern Language Association index to material in literature, language and linguistics 1963-. From the Literature Resource Centre service.||360 Link
|MLA Bibliography: InfoTrack||As above but using the InfoTrack interface.||360 Link|
|MyLibrary@Ockham||Indexes over 400,000 articles from institutional repositories|
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