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Engineering: Finding Articles
This is a guide to finding published literature in all branches of engineering.
If you have enough information (as is found in a bibliographic citation) to identify an article, follow these steps to obtain the full text.
Often, the article can be found by entering the title in Quick Find, in Simple Search mode.
In Quick Find, click on e-Journal Titles and enter the title of the journal or the ISBN. If the title of the journal appears, follow the Online access link and then use the article's bibliographic information (year, volume, issue) to find it.
Look up the journal by title of the journal in Quick Find, in Advanced Search mode. When you do the search, set the Material Type to Journals. If the title of the journal appears, follow the Online access link to access the journal; or, for an older issue, you might see a call number for the print journal. This is the most reliable method of finding an article.
If the library doesn't have the journal, or doesn't have the issue that you need, you can order the article through Interlibrary Loan.
Google's database of scholarly articles, covering all subject areas.
Not all materials listed in Google Scholar are freely available, however,Google Scholar allows linking to the University of Regina Library subscriptions.
If you are on campus, Google Scholar recognizes your location and automatically shows you the link to the library materials: GetIt@Uregina.
If you are off campus you must add the University of Regina collection in your Google Scholar settings. For information on how this is done see the Instructions
Electrical engineering, computer engineering, and software engineering:
The online publishing platform of ACM (Association for Computing Machinery).
Chemical engineering and environmental engineering:
A huge database of articles and other publications on chemistry, chemical engineering, and environmental science and engineering.
Scifinder is restricted to current students, faculty, and staff of the University of Regina for educational, research, and non-commercial personal use. "Walk-in" users of the University of Regina Library are not permitted to access this resource.
Articles and other publications on geology, including petroleum geology.
NASA Technical Reports Server publications from NASA, including lots of astronautical and aeronautical engineering documents, as well as many publications on other engineering topics, planetary science, and geological science. Many documents are available freely online; others must be ordered through Interlibrary Loan. More information about NASA's publication program is available at http://www.sti.nasa.gov/.
►See also NASA Spinoff articles about NASA technologies that have been applied outside of the space program.
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