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Environmental Technology: Library resources
Your guide to researching environmental science and technology topics.
Once you've decided on your topic, be sure to pick out the keywords - the big ideas or main concepts - in your research question. Use the following search terms to help construct your search phrase:
AND - find all the terms (ex. honey AND badger)
OR - find any of the terms (ex. honey OR badger)
NOT - exclude a certain term (ex. honey NOT badger)
For more information about developing a research strategy, visit our Research Tutorial.
The following resources have vast collections of scientific research articles that can provide you with inspiration, ideas, and credibility for your reports and projects. For additional resources visit A-Z List of e-Resources.
Contains over 450 peer-reviewed academic journals covering most major science disciplines, with coverage dating back to 1997, including: agriculture, environmental science, chemistry, engineering, computing and technology, mathematics, statistics and physics.
Health, safety and environmental legislation as well as guidelines and codes of practice for: Canada (Federal), British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Yukon, North West Territories, and Nunavut.
Provides access to thousands of educational videos covering topics such as travel, business, technology, social sciences and more. It divides films into short clips, allowing you to easily focus on the most relevant portion of any particular video. Also has advanced features for setting playlists and sharing videos.
Videos include materials from over 300 unique content partners including BBC, Bloomberg, Canal+, CRM Learning, Discovery, CBS, HBO, Janus Films (Criterion Collection), Kantola, Medcom, National Geographic, NBCUniversal, and many more. It also includes an array of tools to support learning and teaching (like video clipping, playlists, and tutorials).