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Getting started with the MIT Libraries
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.
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Connect from on and off-campus
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Manage your references
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Finding articles and proceedings
Use these databases to find citations to journal articles and conference proceedings.
Web of Science
General science database
Tells you how many times an article has been cited, and who has cited it
Similar to Web of Science, for engineering and management, including tracking citations
INSPEC is the primary database for looking for articles and proceedings in computing and control.
Primary index to the mathematical literature Mathematical Reviews. 1940 - present.
Business Source Complete
Database for business and management references
Getting data and statistical information
Books and Media: MIT catalog
Librarian for Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, IDSS, and Mathematics
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