Support for Engineering
You can find information about how to contact us at Support from UWS Library.
Contact us if you would like advice on:
- Finding information for your assignments
- choosing keywords and setting limits
- choosing resources to search
- assessing credibility of sources
- Compiling a search strategy for a literature review
- Reference management
ASME Digital Collection: articles, conference proceedings and e-books from the American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Barbour Index: specialist database covering health & safety and environmental information
British Standards Online: a database of all current British, European and International Standards
Construction Information Service: standards and regulations relating to the construction industry Institute of Civil Engineers
Digimap Ordnance Survey Collection: searchable and downloadable Ordnance Survey maps, geological maps and aerial images of Great Britain for educational use (free registration may be required)
Oxford Scholarship online: e-books on science, social science, humanities, medicine and law
ScienceDirect: full-text journals and e-books on a range of subjects (free registration may be required)
SpringerLink: full-text journals, e-books and reference works on a wide range of subjects.
Statista - a wide variety of statistics, industry data and analysis from the UK, Europe and around the world. Enhance your presentations with the downloadable tables, charts and infographics.
Virtual Library Archive: a selection of full-text journals and e-books, including archive from 1836 Support Resources
Web of Science: scientific journal article and e-book citation indexing service that also provides full text links to other databases
Wiley Online Library: full-text articles covering science, social science and the humanities
Zetoc: Tables of contents for research journals (not full-text)