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An abstracting/indexing database for journal and proceedings literature in physics, electrical/electronic engineering, computing, control engineering, mechanical engineering, production and manufacturing engineering, and information technology
The IEEE Xplore digital library is a resource for discovery and access to scientific and technical content published by the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) and its publishing partners. Browse this resource to access IEEE's journals & magazines, standards, and conference proceedings.
Full-text, peer reviewed journals, books, and reference works. Covers a broad range of subjects in the Social Sciences and Humanities, Health Sciences, Life Sciences, and, Physical Sciences and Engineering.
Full-text articles are also available via CrossRef to other publishers' platforms. Articles are available online before appearing in print and includes multimedia features such as video files, audio files, Excel spreadsheets and Word files.
Covers all broad business fields, including: accounting, career development, commercial law, commodities, corporate governance, e-business, economics, employment, human resources, labour, management, marketing, occupational health, taxation, and unions, from 1993.
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Evaluation tools can help guide you in thinking critically about your information sources. Are the sources you have gathered relevant, appropriate, and authoritative? The evaluation tools can also help you articulate what are sometimes instinctive decisions.
Rauru Whakarare is a kaupapa Māori framework based on five strands woven together with whakapapa at the centre. This framework was developed by Massey University staff and is useful for evaluating all types of information including academic and non-academic sources, online and print material. The five strands are: