Now that you have keywords, it's time to search the databases. Have you used the databases before? If you don't have recent experience with our library's databases, then I suggest watching this introductory video.
ABI/Inform Complete is a database for business and industry news. The video embedded above shows you how to search it.
An excellent database for scientific and technical research in many fields is SciTech Premium. The video embedded above shows you how to search it.
Many of our databases are made by a company called EBSCO. One of the great things about EBSCO databases is that they're structured the same. So if you learn how to use one, you have a good grasp on how to search all of them. This section of our research guide shows you search two of them that are relevant for EMTM topics.
The video embedded above shows you how to search Academic Search Complete, which is one of the three databases ideal for applied science research. Both Academic Search Complete and the Science & Technology Collection are structured the same way, so this video applies to both of the databases listed below.
Use your 14-digit library barcode number (located on the back of your student ID card).
Don't have an ID? Get one from the library or fill out the online request form to get a barcode number.
You can also use your Lone Star email and password by clicking the link below the barcode login.