Knovel in Academia
A Game-based Learning Approach to Information Literacy
Learn how Drexel University incorporated the 2015 Knovel Academic Challenge to improve students’ understanding of technical concepts, critical thinking, cognitive monitoring and creative problem solving.
2016 Engineering Academic Challenge
In 2016, Elsevier's Knovel and Engineering Village Compendex databases will partner for the Engineering Academic Challenge, integrating both products. Faculty and librarians can use the game to prepare students for skillful, efficient problem solving through game-based learning.
What Our Customers Say
The following customer interviews highlight how Knovel offers a distinct advantage for students, faculty, librarians and researchers.
[Knovel] is very precise, particularly in data searching, where it goes down to the cell level in a table.
Ben Wagner, Subject Specialist at the University of Buffalo.
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[Employers expect the] ability to work in project mode using specialized tools from anywhere in the world…Knovel enables students to become familiar with this type of approach.
Jean-Marie Barbiche, Head of Library for Ecole Centrale Paris.
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Used by Experts Across the Globe
Knovel is used by hundreds of thousands of professors, researchers and engineering students from top engineering schools worldwide, including top universities around the world for Mechanical, Aeronautical and Manufacturing Engineering.
Easy to Use, Easy to Manage
Knovel provides engineers with a faster and easier way to discover and share relevant answers across users in multiple locations. It offers 40+ technical reference and premium content offerings, an intuitive platform experience that requires minimal training, flexible authentication methods and best-in-class reporting capabilities.
The Knowledge Behind Knovel
Founded by engineers in 2001, Knovel has grown from a handful of product visionaries to an industry leading solution that is backed by 120+ content partners and continuous, strategic investment in online technologies.