This invaluable site, Questia, is a true "find" for any Spirited Woman who is an Internet user and is interested in the humanities or social sciences, as well as for students of all ages, from high school straight through undergraduate and graduate years, who have papers to write for their classes.
Questia has the world's largest online library of books (would you believe, 77,000 copyrighted books from over 300 publishers?), plus 100s of academic journals and four million articles. This enormous treasure trove of information is not available anywhere else on the Internet (there is a free app for iPads). This rich collection of books and articles has been selected by professional collection development librarians.
In addition, Questia offers a range of search, note-taking, and writing tools to help students locate the most relevant information on their topics quickly, quote and cite correctly, and create properly formatted footnotes and bibliographies automatically.
Hey -- here's a library that:
- Doesn't close at night but, rather, is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
- Never charges overdue fees because books are never checked out
- Allows you to highlight and scribble on the pages of its books or magazines to your heart's content
- Looks the other way if you talk as loudly as you like (or even sing)
Got a paper to write? Interested in topics ranging from anthropology and architecture to science and sociology? Then check out this amazing Internet resource site. It's a great find.
So that users can choose the plan that fits their needs and budget, Questia offers three popular subscription plans: a $19.95 monthly recurring subscription, a $44.95 quarterly recurring subscription and a $99.95 annually recurring subscription.