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You've landed upon a guide to locating quality sources of information for projects and assignments in Environmental Studies. Within these pages you'll find lists of selective resources available through the Sheridan Library, or on the web. Don't forget to review our Research & Academic Skills and Cite it Right guides for further assistance.
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The online Encyclopedia of Science and Technology. Includes scientific definitions, images, biographies, and news. Permitted Uses
Building Green Campus-WideBuilding Green
Contains comprehensive content on sustainable design practices and green building materials, including case studies of lessons learned from design industry experts of high performance buildings and what makes a building product or material green. Permitted Uses
Formerly Safari Books Online. Learning platform contains 35,000 books, 30,000 hours of videos, learning paths, case studies, tutorials, audio books and O'Reilly's global conferences. Interdisciplinary database, focused on technology, computer science, digital media, web and mobile development, programming, and engineering.
Although most of our content is online, you may find it helpful to browse our print books and reference material. Print materials are organized by call number, which corresponds to a subject area. The call number can be found on the spine of the book. Here are a few selected call numbers where you can find relevant material: