What is ScholarVox?
ScholarVox is an online library containing multidisciplinary digital books in French and English, provided by CyberLibris.
You will find thousands of books to consult in full text, about various themes and published by renowned publishers (France Agricole, Quae, Educagri)…
How does ScholarVox work?
Simply go to the ScholarVox database from the doc.isara portal using the link above.
If you are at ISARA and ISEMA’s premises, you can immediately consult the books available in this huge digital library.
To access the full text of the books from outside the school, you will first need to create an account on ScholarVox using your ISARA email address.
1. Create an account / Log in
From Isara or Isema premises, click on “Create an account” at the top right of the ScholarVox home page : http://unr-ra.scholarvox.com/.
Use your institutional email address and not your personal email address. You will receive an email with a link for account activation and password choice.
You will then be able to access your personalized content and settings through your personal account.
If you have already gone to MFE or abroad, contact The Source team to request the creation of your account.
If you already have an account, log in with your full email address and your personalized password or the default password provided by The Source. In this second case, it is important to access your settings and customize your password the first time you log in.
If you forget your password, use the password recovery procedure.
2. Search in the database
You can search the database by title, author or keyword.
3. Read a digital book
The reading is done in streaming directly in your browser, no need for a specific reading application or software.
For each title, you have access to its metadata and its full text.
It is possible to search in full text to find the chapter or passage that interests you!
4. Organize your readings
You can save your current titles or favorite books in personal folders.
It is also possible to consult the teacher selections in the form of course shelves.