Friday, 25 November 2011
three guides specifically designed to help researchers identify tools that can aid them in the research process. As well as a genearl guide there is a collection of researcher case studies and web material links and resources. Should be useful for anyone looking for a one-stop shop solution.
Wednesday, 23 November 2011
Tuesday, 22 November 2011
Monday, 21 November 2011
The journal is a result of continuing collaboration between the professional organisations, industry and academia. It emphasises the need to move from ideologically based sustainable engineering to proven low energy solution solutions. It is a vehicle to increase research in engineering to meet the modern challenges posed. There is a strong spine of proven industry solutions as well as well as significant contributions from students, graduates and researchers in academia. All papers are evidence based with deep analysis and critical reflection and are peer reviewed by an expert reviewing panel. The intention of CIBSE is to increase applied research in the industry whilst taking the fear out of the word research for working engineers and companies. The intention for SEES is to provide opportunities for research students to gain access to data and link with the industry experts in this field to enhance the quality of their programmes and research in engineering.
Thursday, 17 November 2011
Posted by DIT Library Kevin St at 16:15
Google Citations for general use. This is another route for academic authors to collect their articles together, gather the citations and track them over time. It also indexes citations from Arrow. See Google Scholar Blog for more info.Google has just released
Friday, 4 November 2011
Have Your Say !
The DIT Library Survey is running from now until the end of November. Your responses will help us identify our current successes and shortcomings - so we can develop services to match user needs. The questions should take just a few minutes to complete and there is a prize draw for all surveys completed. The survey is available here
1. Go to http://www.webofknowledge.com/ from an IP authenticated computer.
2. Click Sign In along the top navigation
3. Click Register to create a new account You will be asked to enter your email address to verify that an account does not already exist for you.
4. If an account does not already exist, you will be prompted to fill in the User Registration page.
5. After the username and password you have entered is verified, it will become active.