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Georgia Tech Library resources for the Professional Master's in Applied Systems Engineering (PMASE) program

Information for PMASE

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     Bette Finn, Subject Librarian, Georgia Tech Library
     Phone: 404-894-1790

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PMASE -- Professional Master's Degree in Applied Systems Engineering

ASE 6001

Scholarly Communication and Digital Curation services and contact informationResearch Data Management. Data ; Data Management PlanData management access policies ; SMARTech repository ; Copyright and Fair Use ; Scholarly Communication Guide (P. Kenly)

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Additional information for PMASE students

PMASE ASE 6001 GT Library Presentation Sept 2018

PMASE Databases, Core & Related

Core Databases

Related Databases (Alphabetical)

Issues Trying to access databases?

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A list of all databases is at ("Find, Borrow, Request" (top row) "Find Materials" "Databases"). Check this list if your URL does not work properly (by name in the search box, or alphabetically, or by subject).  Some of the URLs in this guide may not be up-to-date. For one-on-one quick and in-depth database search assistance: contact Bette Finn at