Q. How can I find articles on my research topic in the library?
The fastest way to get started on your search for articles is to go HERE.
Enter search terms for your topic (such as "carbon footprint" or "ethane cracker") in the search box. Click on SEARCH and the results will come up: journal articles, books, eBooks and other materials related to your subject. Follow the links to find full text when available, or to find the location of books and other physical materials in the Library.
Need help deciding which database to use for your topic? Go to the PI Library LibGuides page located at:
The link also located under Databases and articles link on the Library Website. These Subject Research Guides, shown in alphabetical order by topic, were created by PI Librarians to help you with your research. They will offer links to the best database for your subject, as well as suggestions for reference books, resources on the open Web, organizations, and more. You will also see a link on the Research Guide page to tutorials that explain how to use the various databases and other resources available through PI Library.
Need more help? Stop by the Library Reference Desk on any location or call us at 02-607-5802 / 02-6075808. We're happy to help!