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What's in this Guide?
This is a guide for students in Professor Hall's Engineering Documentation and Communication course.
Many of the scholarly articles you will be asked to locate and read in this course are available through the library FOR FREE.
Use the tabs across the top to navigate this guide.
- The Engineering Databases tab shows you how to access collections of articles on Engineering. You can search within these databases for a topic you want to read about.
- The Recommended Journals tab lists some specific scholarly journals that offer the latest research on Engineering Technology. These are similar to magazines but more academic in nature, and the articles are written by experts in the field of Engineering.
- The Library Books tab lists some books available in the library that are related to this course.
As your librarian, my contact information appears in the right-hand column of this guide. Please contact me if you have further questions about accessing course-related materials from the library.