- Do you use Chicago Style for citations? try online style guide!
- Interested in additional science and engineering instruction online?see
What's New for Faculty?
- Link to Library Tutorials in Springboard Learn More
- Want to Access Electronic Resources Off-Campus? Use the proxy server by accessing resources using the UA Libraries Catalog or Web site.
- Where Can I Find General Background Information? Try Encyclopedias
- How do I Find an Article on a TOPIC? Use Article Databases
- How do I Find an SPECIFIC Article?
- Do you know WHERE the Article is (what journal, conference, volume, pages, etc)? Search the EXACT title or for keywords in our catalog. Pay attention to the volumes/years that we have. For more assistance, please contact me.
- Need a SPECIFIC Article that Can't be Accessed Electronically and is Not in Our Library? Try ILLiad
- How do I find publications from USGS?
- How do I Find More Books than are Listed in this Guide?
- Use our Catalog, OhioLINK's Catalogand E-Books
- Need More Books on a TOPIC? Try Google Books and search for these titles in our catalog (Google Books provides a limited view most of books; however, full-text will be available for books that are no longer under copyright).
- Can't Find a SPECIFIC Book? Try ILLiad
- How do I find data sets?
- Is there help when formatting and keeping track of references? see RefWorks page (link to RefWorks and links to help)
- Are there other Online Tutorials? Try
- Finding an Article using GeoRef
- Finding an Article using Environment Complete
- Guide to Geological Maps
- Keeping Current with Geology using E-mail Alerts and RSS feeds
- Keeping Current with the EJC and the E-Journal Portal using E-mail Alerts, RSS Feeds, and Subject Guides
- Importing References into RefWorks using Databases with Geoscience Content
- Finding an Article using Engineering Village
- What books, CDs, etc. are bought for the library? See the collection development policy