The University Libraries website will serve as the main portal for most of your research. From the main website, you will be able to
Aside from the print books made available to you during class for this assignment, there are a large number of e-books that you may find helpful:
In addition to the titles listed above, try searching the following subject headings:
A number of scholarly journals focus on the topic of global engineering education. We have access to many of these through University Libraries, and the following journal titles are recommended for this project:
In addition to books and journals, professional associations offer specialized publications and other resources that you may find helpful:
By visiting the Engineering Education Subject Guide, you'll get an idea of some of the subject-specific databases that may also contain relevant information for this project. Click the titles below for a brief description of each database:
Regardless of the type of information that you are using, you always need to consider the authority, coverage, objectivity, accuracy, and currency of the information. University Libraries offers several guides on evaluating information:
Schedule a one-on-one appointment with your subject librarian if you have any other questions or concerns. Information for all College Librarians can be found here. Additionally, the 4th floor reference desk (Science & Technology Reference Desk) is staffed during normal library hours, if you have a question that needs immediate assistance. You can drop in, or use our Ask a Librarian system for virtual service. We look forward to seeing you in the library!