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EGR 565 - Engineering Education (Poly)

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Getting Started

Engineering Education crosses both fields - Engineering & Education. To be thorough, you need to search the databases of both areas. Even if the same journals and conferences are covered, the indexing is from a different point of view. Any article that shows up in more than 1 database is worth looking at.

Please note that while EI Compendex & Inspec do include publications from the professional engineering associations, they do not include all of them; thus, both of these plus the professional association digital libraries must be searched.

Top databases:

PLEASE NOTE: After you graduate, you lose access to all of these databases from off campus, EXCEPT the free ERIC from the US Dept of Ed and, IF you are a member, the full text of ASEE.

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