Intended for upper level undergraduates, graduate students and faculty in the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment, this guide lists both library and internet resources recommended for finding information about transportation systems, pavement materials and other aspects of transportation engineering. Additionally, search strategies and usage instruction for specific resources are also included.
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|Broad Topic (Ex. bridges)||Resources -> Books|
|Narrow/Specific Topic (Ex. Tacoma Narrows Bridge Collapse, 1940)||Resources -> Journal Articles|
|Facts||Resources -> Handbooks|
|Formulas||Resources -> Handbooks|
|How many ..... ?||Resources -> Statistics|
|People||Resources -> Biographies|
|Citation organization and formatting||Writing & Citing -> RefWorks|
|Paper or Journal Article formatting||Writing & Citing -> Style Manual|
|Setting up alerts||Keeping Current|
The ASU Libraries provide assistance in many ways.
Each academic program has a subject librarian who specializes in the literature and information in that area. The subject librarian acts as a liaison to the department (college or school), provides library instruction for ASU classes, recommends and assists with library resources for research, and purchases bibliographic materials needed for ASU classes and research.
In addition, we have the "Ask a Librarian" service where assistance is provided: