This page is prepared to guide you through resources in the library as well as on the internet that are useful for your CEE 3000 projects. You may use the tabs above for specific types of resources, such as books, articles, reports. Under Articles, you may also focus on a specific aspect, such as social, economic, or environmental aspects.
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Search for a broad range of print and online books, journal articles, reviews, and other materials available to GT students, faculty and staff from the GT Library collections; the Emory Library materials housed in the Library Service Center; and from a mega-aggregation of hundreds of millions of scholarly e-resources harvested from publishers and aggregators, and from open-access repositories.
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(Note: Some of the resources indexed in the Everything search are items that are not available directly from the GT Library. These materials can be requested through Interlibrary Loan using the links provided.)
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