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New / Trial Databases

The following databases are newly acquired or being evaluated for a future subscription.
Pathways to Research - Sustainability This link opens in a new window
Contains original research summaries on emerging and current topics in sustainability. Summaries are focused on key developing topics not covered well in textbooks. They are enhanced with visuals including photos, illustrations and charts and link out to related articles from authoritative sources. This trial ends March 23, 2023
SAE MOBILUS This link opens in a new window
Alternate Name(s): SAE International
Coverage: Current.
Maximum Concurrent Users: Unlimited
SAE MOBILUS provides access to full-text automotive and aerospace engineering standards, publications, and scholarly resources from SAE International. Resources include eJournals, Current and Historical Ground Vehicle Standards, Historical Aerospace Standards and Material Specifications, and eBooks on automotive engineering.

Conditions of Use

Electronic resources are owned by independent providers and are protected by copyright and other laws. They are provided for ASU students, faculty, staff and library users only. ASU is not responsible for the content, format, accuracy or availability of electronic resources.

You must:

  • Use the resources for personal, educational or research purposes only
  • Check the provider's website for permitted uses and restrictions
  • Comply with restrictions on use, copying, reproduction, distribution and alteration

You must not:

  • Systematically or programmatically or massively copy any of these resources
  • Distribute these resources beyond ASU faculty, students and staff
  • Sell or otherwise make commercial use of the resources
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