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ASTE/TEE 3440: Science, Technology, and Modern Society: Key Resources

Resources to get you started researching an invention and its impact on society. [ASTE/TEE|3440]

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Use Article Linker to search for full-text across all databases. If the article isn't available, choose Request via ILLiad or use interlibrary loan to request a copy from another library.

Find Journals

You have been instructed to use the specific journals/magazines below to help you find articles for your Project Topic assignment. 

Print Journals/Magazines:

The Economist, National Geographic,  Scientific American, American Scientist, Mother Jones, Food Technology, Online Searcher. Science & Technology Review.

Electronic Journals/Magazines:

Scientific American, American Scientist, Macworld, Popular Mechanics, Popular Science, Wired, Mother Jones, Sustainable Agriculture Research, PC Magazine, PC World, Popular Mechanics, Food Technology, Online Searcher, Science & Technology Review, Smithsonian, Psychology Today, Discover, Science News, Flying

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You can search for a specific journal on the library website. If you need help finding specific journals check out our FAQ on this topic.  

 

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