Resources for Industrial Engineering class
Last Updated: Mar 31, 2014
Need help? Article unavailable? Looking for more research on a topic? Stop by the reference desk in Renne Library (1st floor) to ask or use the other options below.
EndNote Web, a free, online bibliographic management and formatting
software, can help you manage citations and
references throughout the process of writing a research paper.
- Organize references to cite in papers
- Format bibliographies in APA, MLA, Chicago, and hundreds of
- Store references from Web of Science and other
See additional links below for more information and help.
There are many other options for managing citations, both fee and free. Here are a few choices.
Use CatSearch to search journal articles, newspapers, books, ebooks, dissertations, and other resources.
Engineering journal articles and proceedings. Largest engineering database
Research in physics, electrical engineering, computing, and information technology. Very large dataase.
- Web of Science Core Collection
Broad coverage of science, engineering, and social science journals, with citation searching
- Medline on Web of Science
Health sciences journal articles (same database as PubMed but with Check MSU Availability)
- IEEE Xplore
Electrical engineering and computing journals, proceedings, and standards
- Springer E-Books
View & search full-text science and engineering ebooks. These titles can also be found by searching the library catalog and CatSearch.
Hundreds of engineering & science handbooks in full text: properties, formulas, and equations
- Dissertations and Theses: Full Text
International doctoral dissertations and a few masters’ theses. Citations back to 1861. Full text from about 1997. Covers all subjects.
- ASTM Standards and Engineering Digital Library
Full text ASTM standards and some ASTM journals, Symposia Papers, Special Technical Publications, and manuals.
- Google Scholar
Proxied link so that "Check MSU Availability" shows up. Useful adjunct search that hits some full text results that other databases miss.
Schematic of using "Check MSU Availbility" from a database to get to the full text of an article.
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