The IEEE CSDL is the preeminent place for learning, recording, and sharing the latest advancements in computing and computing technology. Housing both cutting edge scholarly journals and general interest magazines, the almost 900,000 articles in the CSDL provide a both a 60-year the history of computing and the environment, resources, and tools to shape, impact, and celebrate the global computer science and technology community. All CSDL formats are available to the USD community, including both peer reviewed preprints and articles, and resources from magazines, periodicals, letters, and conferences.
Lens.org is a freely available database, that includes several different tools, including a searchable database of scholarly literature called Scholarly Works and several patent tools including Patents, PatCite, and PatSeq. Additionally there are publicly available and searchable Lens Profiles that scholars can curate and link to their ORCiD profile.
Large test question bank for board review practice and to assist in preparation for USMLE Steps 1-3, PANCE, and other specialty areas such as cardiology, neurology, pediatrics, psychiatry, and internal medicine. Each question includes four teaching points and a link to an evidence-based article on which the question is based. First time users must create their own account after entering through the above link.