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This guide can be your starting place for finding reliable information resources.

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Search for journal articles

Science and Engineering databases

  • ScienceDirect
    Full text of Elsevier journals, the largest publisher of science and technology journals
  • Compendex
    Covers all engineering disciplines.
  • Web of Science
    Highly cited journals in the sciences and engineering. Find who cited who.
  • SCOPUS
    Similar to Web of Science for citation searching. Find who cited who from 1996-present. Covers more publications than Web of Science.
  • Academic Search Complete
    Multidisciplinary database that includes peer reviewed journals, magazines, newspapers
  • MathSciNet
    From the American Mathematical Society
  • SIAM (Society of Industrial and Appied Math) Journals Online
    Full text of SIAM journals
  • Pubget
    Allows smoother access to the PDF's for the journals in Pubmed. Search by keyword or look for a specific article.
  • PubMed
    Premier database for medical literature.


Business Databases


These databases are all excellent resources for journal articles on all aspects of manufacturing, management and the business side of engineering.

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