Once you've done a search using OneSearch, use the facets in the column to the left of your results to focus your search on specific types of content (as eBooks, conference proceedings, peer-reviewed articles, trade articles, etc.), or limit your results to a specific date range or to full text online.
Clemson Libraries also provide eBook collections with focused subject strengths. Click on the logos below to browse or search individual collections:
SpringerLink carries eBooks and eJournals in architecture & design, environmental science, civil engineering, and social sciences. Because it is multi-disciplinary and international, it's best to use a focused search strategy.
"construction industry" AND [any geographic limit: e.g., "United States"]
construction AND contractors
construction AND "project management"
Click on the icons below to automatically search each collection for eBooks, conference proceedings, publications by professional associations, and online reference works related to the construction industry or construction management. Feel free to revise the search results to focus on a specific topic, save the search, or start a new search. The Knovel Science and Technology and CRCnetBASE digital libraries are strong on engineering and materials resources.
If Clemson doesn't own the book, journal, or other material you need, our Resource Sharing office can request it from another research library. It's free! but you must create a personal account in order to use it, and plan ahead: the service can be fast or slow, depending on the type of material and which library responds.
WorldCat is the combined catalog of participating academic & museum libraries in 112+ countries and contains 47 million+ records.
* Clemson holdings will be indicated & linked.
* Request other materials through Interlibrary Loan.
PASCALCat: Catalog of the shared resources of South Carolina academic libraries
* Use basic search first, then select “Modify search” for advanced features
* OR, in Clemson Libraries catalog results, click on an item record's PASCAL icon to request it online.
* Receive materials via PASCAL Delivers.
When all else fails: