MIME 262 - Properties of Materials in Electrical Engineering
Useful library resources
- Finding books on reserve
- Finding reference sources
- Finding journal articles
- How to read a scientific article
- Citation style guides and tutorials for IEEE
Ask for items by call number at the Schulich Library Circulation Desk (Reserves).
To access e-books from home you may sign-in via a dialogue box (McGill username and password) or connect through the VPN (Virtual Private Network) service.
|Fundamentals of materials science and engineering: an integrated approach||TA403 C227 2008|
|Materials science and engineering: an introduction||TA403 C23 2007|
|Materials science for electrical and electronic engineers||TK7871 J64 2001|
|Wiley InterScience Reference Works||E-book collection
|Making sense: a student's guide to research and writing: engineering and the technical sciences||T11 N675 2009|
In the field of engineering, much of the published literature exists in article format.
An abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature; Scopus coverage includes a broad range of scientific, technical, medical and social sciences literature.
- Web of Science
Web of Science is a citation database with multidisciplinary coverage of high-impact journals in the sciences, social sciences, and arts and humanities.
- Materials Research Database with METADEX
This database brings together in one place the majority of the leading materials science databases, with specialist content on materials science, metallurgy, ceramics, polymers, and composites used in engineering application.
A comprehensive bibliographic database of scientific and technical engineering research, covering all engineering disciplines.
- Rice University provides an online handout outlining different strategies to take when reading a scientific article.
- From the University of Arizona, John W. Little and Roy Parker have put together a valuable web site with questions to help guide students through the reading and evaluation process.
- Florida International University has created a web page with a list of tips to reading scientific articles.
The following resources are available to help you format your references using the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) citation style: