For more databases in engineering check here
Use OneSearch for a preliminary search of a topic or a few good hits.
Instead of providing a long list of relevant websites in engineering, it is more important to know how to critically evaluate what you find on the web.
Ask yourself these questions:
Having said that, the following meta-websites provide good critically evaluated starting points for your exploration of the Internet:
The WWW Virtual Library Engineering
No longer maintained but still has some good information
This button appears in almost all of the Library's research databases (e.g. Academic Search Complete or PsycInfo).
Click the button to search CSULB's subscriptions for the full text of your article.
If you have any problems, please report them using the form linked below. Details about Get It @ CSULB, including on how to integrate it with other systems like citation managers, are available below.
Is your article not available at CSULB?
Put in a request through CSU+ straight from OneSearch to get full-text of any article.
You can request an item directly if you can't find it in OneSearch.
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Reference - Encyclopedias etc. that cannot be checked out
Reserve - Books and other items for courses selected by instructors
Call Number - Number on the spine of a book or journal determining its place on the shelf
Database -searchable list of article titles and abstracts
Citation - identifying information of an article (title, author, etc.)
Abstract - summary of an article found at the beginning and in databases
Peer Reviewed - A premium quality journal article that has been reviewed by others knowledgeable in the field prior to publication
Journal - a published collection of articles (previously in print, now frequently online only)