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This guide provides links and advice for using article databases, journals, catalogs, reference books, and web sites for doing research in Aeronautic and Astronautic Engineering.To get started on your research, click on a link below-
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The Information Cycle
The Information Cycle is all around us, part of our everyday lives. This video will help you to: understand the Information Cycle as it evolves over time; critically assess information gathered for accuracy, balance of opinion, and relevancy; determine and assess possible information/publication sources for topic; identify what type of information source is needed to meet the information need. | Time - 12:28 | Play Video