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Research Guides

For more databases and resources, try these research guides:

        See all MIT Libraries Research Guides by Subject


        Articles you need not at MIT?

        Use the Interlibrary Borrowing Service to order articles and other items not available at MIT.

        Access to MIT resources from anywhere

        Access MIT Library resources from off campus or direct a web page to reload through the Libraries proxy server.

        • LibX
          A browser add-on to direct pages through the MIT proxy server, and more!
        • Connect from on and off-campus
          Provides instructions to several ways to access Libraries content, including VPN or inserting the proxy string.

        Selected Research Resources


          • Mergent Intellect - Looking for Hoover's? Use this instead!
          • OneSource - Directory of 20+ million U.S. and international companies
          • Thomson One - U.S. & international public companies. MUST USE INTERNET EXPLORER



          Market research


          Theses from other universities


              Finding journal articles & more

              Getting started - BartonPlus

              Broad coverage, including citation tracking

              • Web of Science- engineering, social science and management topics / also finds papers by cited reference searching.
              • Scopus - a direct competitor to Web of Science. Index to science, social science, and engineering research journals. Includes cited reference searching


              • Compendex - covers engineering research journals.  Also includes Inspec, for electronics, computing, robotics research. Watch this video (3:32) to learn more.


              Manage your references

              Use these tools to help you organize and cite your references:


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              Quick Answers: social sciences and management

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