Overview and links to information resources for engineering
Last Updated: Aug 25, 2014
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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
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Research in physics, electrical engineering, computing, and information technology. Very large dataase.
- IEEE Xplore
Electrical engineering and computing journals, proceedings, and standards
Schematic of using "Check MSU Availbility" from a database to get to the full text of an article.
- SciFinder Web
Chemistry articles, patents, properties, and reactions. Most comprehensive chemistry database. NOTE: Must register first!
- Web of Science
Combines searches of Web of Science Core Collection, Data Citation Index, Derwent, SciELO, Medline, BIOSIS, and Zoological Record for extensive biological engineering coverage.
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