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is coordinated by PASCAL, in cooperation with its members, the South Carolina State Library, and other partners. Collegiate DISCUS is funded by the South Carolina General Assembly through an appropriation to the South Carolina Commission on Higher Education.
General sources that cover Engineering
Core sources for Engineering
Applied Science & Technology Full Text (Wilson Web) | |
To search only this database, click Applied Science and Technology (AST) in the Subject Area menu of Wilson Web's OmniFile Full Text Mega. It covers a full range of applied mathematics, chemistry, communication & computer technology, energy resources & research, engineering, fire & fire prevention, food & food industry, geology, machinery, marine technology, metallurgy, mineralogy, oceanography, physics, space science, textile industry & fabrics, transportation, waste management, as well as other industrial & mechanical arts topics. It offers access to trade and industrial publications, professional and technical society journals, specialized subject periodicals, buyers' guides, directories, and conference proceedings. Abstracting begins as early as 1993 while full text coverage begins in 1997.
JSTOR | | date varies |
JSTOR offers full-text online access to back issues of more than 100 scholarly journals in the humanities, social sciences, and sciences. Issues are entered online after having been published for 2-5 years. The entire printed matter of the journal as published is included, and coverage for most titles begins with their starting numbers. Adobe Acrobat Reader is necessary to view and print from JSTOR.
ScienceDirect | | date varies |
ScienceDirect offers full-text access to over 1 million articles in broad collections of primary journal literature. The heart of this database is the Elsevier Science collection, which comprises 1,100 journals. It covers chemistry, materials science, engineering & technology, environmental science, economics, business & management science, neurosciences, pharmacology & toxicology, physics, mathematics & computer science, earth sciences, social sciences, biochemistry, microbiology & immunology, biological sciences, and clinical medicine.