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Best Bet Databases in Engineering
  • Compendex and INSPEC A Best Bet database
    Search Inspec & Compendex together. Indexes scholarly articles in physics, electronics and electrical engineering, computers and control, and information technology. 1969-current.
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  • Knovel Library A Best Bet database
    Over 800 full-text engineering and scientific reference works, handbooks, encyclopedias, reference books, and standards in engineering and chemistry.
    Also Known As
    • Physical Chemical Properties for Biologists, Chemists and Engineers
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  • Synthesis Digital Library of Engineering and Computer Science (Morgan Claypool) A Best Bet database
    50 to 100 page electronic books that synthesize an important research or development topic, authored by a prominent contributor to the field. Holdings: Collections I, II, III, IV.
    Also Known As
    • Morgan & Claypool Synthesis
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  • NTIS (National Technical Information Service) A Best Bet database
    Current U.S. government-sponsored research and worldwide scientific, technical, engineering, and business-related information. 1964-present.
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  • Safari Tech Books A Best Bet database
    Full text of 250+ electronic books in technology and sceince fields, from publishers such as O'Reilly & Associates, Que, New Riders, Sams, Prentice-Hall, and Addison-Wesley.
    If you'd like a book in Safari that's not in the Library's collection that you think we should have, please contact the Safari Content Manager. Please note that business books are no longer available through Safari.
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