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Shown below are some popular science and engineering journals available online through OSU Library subscriptions. For a complete listing of all OSU Library e-journals, visit the OSU Libraries' Online Journals List  (or search for print and e-journals in the OSU catalog.)  More info on e-journals.

Science Nature Materials Fuel AIChe
Technovation Nanotechnology
Progress in Energy and Combustion Science
Nature Nano Letters

J. of Catalysis

 

 

For e-textbooks, please scroll down page.
Shown below is a small sampling of available e-reference books.  Some of these eBooks are available through our subscription to Knovel, a collection of science and engineering eBooks,which allows full-text searching of all titles.  SpringerLink is an additional valuable resource for eBooks. SpringerLink eBooks will appear in the OSU catalog, but there is a delay between acquisition and appearance in the catalog. Therefore, going directly to the SpringerLink site is advised. The National Academies Press makes all its books freely available.
                  
All OSU eBooks (and print books) are searchable by title through the OSU Library Catalog.
 

   OSU has access to many e-dissertations and theses through Proquest.  (For best results, use the Advanced Search.)  

 

Details for finding dissertations and theses from all over the world (including OSU).

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Popular engineering e-textbooks

Note: Some e-texts have a restriction on the number of simultaneous users.

 

 

Note: Some e-texts have a restriction on the number of simultaneous users.

       

 

Note: Some e-texts have a restriction on the number of simultaneous users.

 
       
   

Note: Some e-texts have a restriction on the number of simultaneous users.

 
       

Note: Some e-texts have a restriction on the number of simultaneous users.

 
   
   

 

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Article Express

   (through ILLiad) Request electronic delivery of journal articles not already available online.

If you are publishing articles, you should have an ORCiD Identifier.

   More on ORCiD

Federal Agency Public Access Plans

The U. of Wisconsin's Ebling Library provides up-to-date, user-friendly information on Federal Agency Public Access Compliance (arising from US OSTP Memo of February 2013).

Can I post my articles on my private webpage??

The SHERPA/RoMEO site provides a quick and easy way to determine publisher copyright and self-archiving policies for virtually all journals.  Simply search by journal title to see specific rules pertaining to a given journal.

Questions/Comments/Requests

Library Questions about Physical Sciences and Engineering?

Contact:  Belinda Hurley
hurley.50@osu.edu, 614.688.5800
490E, 18th Avenue Library