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EGR 565 - Engineering Education (Poly)

Key Journal

The Journal of Engineering Education is the premier journal in this field. We have full text back to 1997 from Wiley, the publisher. It is indexed in Education Full TextEI Compendex, and Scopus. The Library does have many of the older issues in paper format and also some of the previous titles of this journal.

Databases in Engineering

Here is a list of all the databases recommended for Engineering. Exactly which ones will be need for your research depend on your topic.

Databases in Education

Here is a list of all the databases recommended for Education.

Dissertations & Theses

Most dissertations & theses are now submitted digitally. The best way to search is by author and keywords. You MUST look for dissertation & theses on your topic for a PhD dissertation & hope you find nothing.

ASU dissertations & theses

indexed in ProQuest, but only the dissertations may be full text.

Pre-2010 are indexed in the ASU Library online catalog

Post-2010 are posted in ASU Digital Repository.

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