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Engineering (Basic)

A introductory guide to engineering and technology resources. Directed primarily at engineering undergraduates in ASU101 and lower-level engineering courses.


The more you know about a topic, the better you'll be able to research it.  You'll know the appropriate terminology to use in the search, thereby retrieving more articles specifically on your topic and you'll recognize when an article meets your needs even if author doesn't describe the topic in the same way you do.

So, when starting to research an engineering topic, use one or more of these resources to get a summary of the topic and find out more about it.


As you are doing your research, you may come across terms with which you're unfamiliar - these dictionaries will help:

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