New Citation and Translation Options Added to Polling the Nations and Today’s Science

New Citation and Translation Options Added to Polling the Nations and Today’s Science

Polling the Nations, the critically acclaimed online database of public opinion polls, and Today’s Science, the essential STEM resource, have both just been updated with a new citation option, Google Translate, and more. These new updates will make it even easier for users to access and utilize the information they need from these two resources for research papers, projects, debates, and more. 

The new features include:

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  • NoodleTools export functionality: Students can easily new export citation information to NoodleTools as well as EasyBib
  • Google Translate: Content can now be translated into 100+ different languages with this tool, which can be found at the top of each poll or article
  • Print pages now automatically include citations: The Print page tool now automatically appends all available citation formats to the bottom of any printed article

What Is Polling the Nations

A must-have database for any school or district, Polling the Nations brings together thousands of polls going back more than a third of a century, giving students the tools they need to investigate, analyze, and think critically about the important challenges facing the world. Aggregated from more than 1,000 sources, the polls feature 750,000+ poll questions covering hundreds of breaking-news events and thousands of topics.

Try Polling the Nations today!

What Is Today’s Science?

Today’s Science bridges the gap between the science taught in class and real-world discoveries—giving in-depth explanations of important advances in biology, chemistry, environmental science, space, physics, and technology. Thousands of original articles written by scientists and science journalists are presented in easy-to-understand language, based on the most current peer-reviewed journal articles. With its featured articles, Conversations with Scientists, crossword puzzles, editorial cartoons with questions, an extensive backfile dating back to 1992, and more, Today’s Science shows how the scientific method can be applied to everyday life, helping users think like scientists—applied science in a nutshell.

Try Today’s Science today!

Both Polling the Nations and Today’s Science were recently redesigned and relaunched with a cleaner, fully responsive design; a streamlined, more intuitive user experience; and much more. Visit here and here for details on the updates.

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Click on the links below for more information about Today’s Science:

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