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ASU101: Fulton Schools of Engineering

Introduction to the ASU Library resources, services and spaces for engineering students

Information Research Skills for Engineers

Where should I go to find information?  

 

Photo of thoughtful young womanIn this section you'll learn how to:

Find a known item
By using "Library One Search" to look for cited books and articles. 

Find a quick fact, formula or material properties
By using Knovel, a database of the full text of over 5,000 science and engineering handbooks and data compilations. 

Research a topic
By finding introductory material, books and articles for a class assignment. 

 

 

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