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The best curated scientific citation service – you can tell easily who cited an article in question within the Web of Science database. Also has good search capabilities for finding and analyzing an author's publications.
Over 800 essential reference books and databases from the world's leading scientific publishers and professional societies in 18 industrially important subject areas.
Use encyclopedias and other general references to get a topical overview before diving into the specific journal literature. Ullmann'sopens in new window and Kirk-Othmeropens in new window both offer substantial non-engineering content.
Use when you need a reference and you can't access it through UA Libraries, OhioLINK, or SearchOhio.
How do I find UA Thesis & Dissertations
Interested in theses or dissertations after 2004? Try the Electronic Theses and Dissertations Center. You can download them as PDF and browse them according to department if you wish. You can even search for a particular adviser.