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This engineering management research guide is your gateway to the most relevant research materials you need. Research tools are arranged by category and can be accessed by selecting from the tabs above.

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  • Engineering Case Studes Online
    Online collection offering 250 hours of video and 50,000 pages of text resources which provides in-depth, impartial analysis of key engineering failures.
  • InfoSci-Books
    A collection of e-books published by IGI Global from 2000 onwards from over 2,000 titles in disciplines relating to technology, business, medicine, education and engineering.
  • MRS Online Proceedings Library
    The MRS Online Proceedings Library is a collection of conference proceedings from the Materials Research Society. It provides access to over 68,000 papers from the MRS Symposium Proceedings Series.
 

How to find information quickly and efficiently

Here are a few suggestions:

a.  Define specific objectives:  What exactly are you looking for?  are you interested in the subject in general or in a specific aspect?  (e.g. are you interested in the studies on reliability of data transmission or reliability of data transmission in railway systems? Perhaps you are looking for something more specific - reliability of data transmission in railway systems at high train speeds!

b. Decide which time period should be covered by your search: The current year? the last five years? and how soon you need this information.

c.  Which sources are going to be most relevant? Should you start your search using a general source such as SCOPUS database, or a more selective one such as COMPENDEX? You may need to start with a highly specialized source such as ENGnetBASE!

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