Last Updated: Jun 11, 2015
Summon allows you to search many sources (online journals, databases, and the library catalog) to find articles, books, and more with a single search. Because it does not cover all of the library's resources, searching individual databases may be necessary for a more complete search.
Search our local database, Scholars' Mine, to find out about research materials produced by faculty and students from Missouri S&T.
Find out about the research being done by graduate students at other universities by searching Dissertations and Theses A&I.
Use these core databases to find articles, conference papers, and other publications on both engineering management and systems engineering topics. More databases focusing on either management or systems engineering topics are listed in the boxes below.
Includes information about published literature in all fields of engineering, as well as related topics in management and the sciences; no full text is included
Allows users to search for articles and conference papers and see how often and where they have been cited, helping the researcher to find additional materials
- Web of Science
Like Scopus, allows users to see how often and where journal articles and other research has been cited; in spite of the name, includes information from the social sciences
Provides access to information from thousands of business and management publications worldwide, with many full text articles
- Business Source Premier
Provides information from many publications related to management and finance, including full text for many journals
- Mergent Online
Provides information on 15,000 US public companies and 20,000 international companies, including financials (at least 15 years where available), stock, subsidiaries, S.E.C. filings, debt, etc.
- ACM Digital Library
Contains the full text for all the journals and conference proceedings from the 1950s onward published by the Association for Computing Machinery
- IEEE Xplore
Provides full text access to journal articles and conference proceedings back to 1988, as well as current IEEE standards