Finding Books in the StacksCall NumbersCreate a Catalog/I-Share AccountInterlibrary Loan
ArticlesBooks & VideosGrey LiteratureWebsites
This is the "Welcome
to Ames!" page of the "Physics" guide.
Alternate Page for Screenreader Users
Skip to Page Navigation
Skip to Page Content

Physics   Tags: engineering, physics  

Get to know the physics resources available to you at IWU.
Last Updated: Sep 20, 2013 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

Welcome to Ames! Print Page



What's in this Guide?

Use this guide however it is most useful to you. The links and sources provided here are suggestions and are by no means all that are available to you. Feel free to contact me anytime you have questions, course-related or not. My door is always open.

  • Using the Library
    Basic information about services available at The Ames Library.
  • Resources & Scientific Communication
    Scientists work in a variety of forums, not all of which may be appropriate for your research. Learn about the different types of resources available to you as an IWU student (books, movies, articles, etc.).
  • Professional Organizations
    Professional societies and organizations are excellent ways to connect with other professionals. Many have their own discipline-specific publications.
  • Research Skills
    Research is a dynamic process that doesn't always move in a straight line. Leave yourself plenty of time to work on each project so you can produce the best product possible.
  • Managing Citations
    Citations help you give credit where credit is due and citation managers help you keep track of the various sources used for your research.

How to Contact Me

Profile Image
Crystal Boyce
Logo - Facebook
Contact Info
Ames Library, 201B
(309) 556-1551

Spring 2014 Office Hours
Mondays 3-5pm
Wednesdays 10-noon
(11-noon hour at Help@Ames Desk)
Send Email
This service is maintained by The Ames Library. Please contact us with any problems or suggestions.

Loading  Loading...