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UTC Library adds Technology Research Library IEEE/IET Electronic Library (IEL)!

As the world’s largest technical professional association, IEEE provides relevant technology research in engineering, electronics, computer science, and related technology disciplines.   Highlights of the IEL include: Nearly 200 IEEE journals, magazines, and transactions such as: Engineering Management Journal IEEE Potentials 25+ IET journals and magazines such as: IET Biometrics IET Electrical Systems in Transportation 1500+ IEEE and IET annual conference proceedings such as: IEEE International Conference on Smart

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New Archival Journals Available via JSTOR!

UTC Library has recently gained access to nearly 1,000 additional journal archives through JSTOR, one of the world’s leading digital repositories for journals.JSTOR’s holdings are wide-ranging and cover an abundance of topics in the arts, humanities and social sciences. While the newest issue of a journal in JSTOR may not be the most recent (most titles have content availability delays of 1-6 years), some of its holdings go all

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Exciting New ProQuest Content Additions and Database Changes!

UTC Library now has significantly enhanced full text and subject-specific indexes from ProQuest! Highlights include: Philosopher’s Index and PsycINFO/PsycARTICLES are now on ProQuest (no longer via EBSCO) A large, multi-subject database called ProQuest Central which is an ideal place to begin research Current full text for hundreds of important newspapers such as Boston Globe, Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times as well as Gannett-owned newspapers from across the country (Arizona

Springer Briefs

UTC Library provides electronic access to Springer Briefs, a collection of over 2,200 unique pieces of research covering a variety of subject areas. These titles will be especially useful for researchers in engineering, business, and the sciences. Each piece of research falls between 50 to 125 pages, allowing authors to present a more in-depth treatment of their research than would be possible in a journal article. Included in this

eResources for Native American Heritage Month

Since 1990, the U.S. government has designated November as Native American Heritage Month. This has allowed federal, state, and local government agencies as well as other cultural institutions throughout our nation to educate and share in the rich historical and cultural traditions of peoples native to our land. Here at the UTC Library, we would like to pass along to our patrons many of the resources we have available

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