Here is a great place to start your search for reliable and scholarly Physics information sources.
- New books in physics
- New look for the physics guide! Let me know what you think using the feedback box on the right.
Use these suggested databases to find articles on most physics topics. Questions? Contact your librarian.
For additional databases, use the Databases tab on the library homepage.
Handbooks are useful for providing basic practical information for how to get things done. So if you need to know constants or basic processes, use these.
For UH dissertations/theses, use this search box. The thesis collection is located on the 3rd floor of the Gold Wing.
For non-UH dissertations/theses, try the following sources. Remember, you may have to use ILL to request the thesis you want from another library.
Interlibrary Loan (ILL)
Use Interlibrary Loan (ILL) to request articles, books, and more that the UH Libraries do not have access to. Faculty may also use ILL to request items the Libraries do own in order to receive them via email.
New to ILL? Watch this video!