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Want to Read Scientific Journals from Home?
Fermilab's scientific journal subscriptions give automatic site-wide online access. They are also accessible off-site by following these instructions: Offsite Electronic Access.
News & Updates
New Language Software Available Online at Fermilab
Pronunciator is a fun new way to learn any language, in virtually any other language. Choose from over 80 languages. Each language course has a minimum of 1,500 phrases, and most have 10,000 phrases. "English as a Second Language" is offered for speakers of 50 non-English languages. Users will need to register when on-site to create their own account, and then login from anywhere.
New Library Display - Small Lego Models of LHC DetectorsSmall Lego models of the Large Hadron Collider's four major detectors are on display in the Fermilab Library. They were created by Lego enthusiast, Mac Olson, a 4th-grade student at Lincoln Elementary in Elmhurst. Books on Particle Accelerators are also on display and available for check out.
Microsoft Office 2013 eBooks Available
We now have site-wide access to over fifteen Microsoft Office 2013 eBooks. View new eBooks in the library catalog:
Microsoft eBooks. Micorosoft Office 2013 books are also available in print. Microsoft Books are located in the main collection across from the library office.
Access to Scientific Journals at Fermilab
The Fermilab Library is responsible for providing access to scientific journals and articles needed by researchers here. The most common means of access is by site license for online access to major journals such as The Physical Review set, Science, Nature, The IEEE journals set, Optics InfoBase, Nuclear Instruments and Methods, and the Science Direct/Elsevier High Energy Physics and Astronomy Backfile, which includes articles up to 1995 in 20 prominent journals (more current articles are mainly available as preprints through Spires.) All told, we have site licenses to over 400 journals. READ MORE . . .