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Getting started with research in EECS
Manage your references
Use these tools to help you organize and cite your references:
Find articles and proceedings
Use these databases to find citations to journal articles and conference proceedings in electrical engineering, computer science, and related disciplines.
Premier citation database for electrical engineering and computer science
Top engineering database
Web of Science
General science database
Tells you how many times an article has been cited, and who has cited it
Full text of IEEE journal and conference proceedings articles, and more
ACM Digital Library
Full text of journal and conference proceedings articles published by the ACM
SPIE Digital Library
Full-text electronic books, journal and conference articles in optics, photonics, and imaging
Find dissertations and theses
Indexes dissertations & theses from schools in the US & globally; full text 1997-present
MIT’s institutional repository
Includes Open Access papers by MIT faculty and over 14,000 MIT theses
All e-books that the MIT Libraries purchases are available in the library's Barton catalog -- find books by title, author or keyword. You can also browse collections of e-books directly by going to the packages listed below.
Keeping up with research
Find new journal articles about your research topic!
There are a number of services via email and RSS for accessing tables of contents of new journal issues and research alerts (results of literature searches you construct, run periodically).
This site will provide links to these services, as well as an explanation of what RSS is and how it works.
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