Category: Engineering

New! Access to the complete New Yorker

         The current issue and all past issues of The New Yorker—going all the way back to very first in 1925—are now available to...

Engineering

New resources: Check out the Cochrane Library & Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews

The Cochrane Library is a collection of databases that contain high quality independent evidence to inform healthcare decision-making, bringing together research on effective treatments...

Engineering

Information Processing Letters: The complete package

Information Processing Letters is now available. The MIT Libraries now subscribe to current, as well as historical issues, of Information Processing Letters. Information Processing Letters...

Science

New energy journals in the house

Energy is a fast moving topic at MIT and all over the world. We’re pleased to have added three new online journal subscriptions to...

Engineering

Cite your data sources!

    You’re familiar with the importance of citing the literature that you use in your paper.  But did you know that it’s equally important...

Social sciences

Discovering the Libraries: Enriching and simplifying research

By MIT Libraries’ student blogger, Pri Tembhekar Hello everyone! It is research season! Well at least many of us have design projects, theses, or final...

Social sciences

Try Inspec for computer science, electrical engineering, & more

Still the #1 database for research literature in computer science, electrical engineering, and applied physics! Inspec: Covers material from 1896 to the present Tells...

Science

MIT Earth Week: The Clean Bin Project Film Screening & Panel Discussion

    Time: Thursday, April 24th, 6-8:30 pm Location: 3-270 Is it possible to live completely waste free? In this multi-award winning, festival favorite,...

All news

Learn more about Mendeley–with pizza!

Meet Mendeley Representatives–Refreshments served! When: Friday April 25th 3:30-5pm Where: 14N-132 Come eat pizza and learn more about Mendeley, a tool that helps you...

Science