Finding Articles, Papers, Proceedings, News by Using Databases
Depending on what you are researching or seeking, what the purpose of your query is and from what time period will determine where you go. There are many databases that cover different subjects, content, dates and are organized in multiple ways. Basically, you seek, find, discover, and refine your search strategy to increase the relevancy of the output. Licensed databases tend to contain the scholarly, scientific resources that are not freely available to everyone because they require a license. Access to this information is available to current UCI students and you must configure your computer to recognize and authenticate you if you are connecting from off-campus.
The topic, wearable technologies, is used in a highly interdisciplinary way and is covered by technologies, computing, engineering, business & marketing, safety, arts, costume, design, and and with many applications - specifically in biomedical/healthcare or safety situations, and considered in many different contexts. Consider how you plan to apply the information you are seeking and for which audience you are writing.
The following databases support different aspects of engineering, science and business information and * denotes that resource is restricted to UCI affiliates:
If we do not have the book you need or the UCI copy is not available, initiate a request for the book utilizing MELVYL REQUEST by clicking on the REQUEST icon in MELVYL or clicking through the UC eLink and selecting REQUEST. This is also possible for journal articles that we do not have. It is not usually possible to borrow eBooks via ILL.