Tutorial for engineering students

Jul 10, 2004 by

Feedback is desired on a new engineering information tutorial. This tutorial is the “result of a collaboration between the Drexel University’s Hagerty Library and Elsevier’s Engineering Village 2, it is meant primarily for undergraduate engineering students facing their first big research project.”

This tutorial covers a general review of information sources, how to develop a search strategy, where to find relevant articles, how to arrange to receive article updates, and patent searches.

To try the tutorial, use “jmeyer01″ as both username and password. Under “My courses”, click “Engineering Information Retrieval”. Click “Course Material” button under “Announcements” button. Then, select “Click to Launch”.

Send your feedback and suggestions to Jay Bhatt.

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