Finding Resources

Samuel C. Williams Library features many collections and research resources, both in the Library and online. This is a guide for finding different types of resources.

If you are off-campus, you will need to log in to our database subscriptions with your myStevens username and password, either when prompted or via myStevens.

articles from journals

Check our Journal Finder for the library's subscriptions to scholarly, trade, and popular journals.

Search across multiple online resources using oneSearch.


SC Williams Library catalog (contains books and ebooks)

WorldCat: find books and other materials in libraries worldwide (which you can then order for free through InterLibrary Loan)

books, electronic

SC Williams Library catalog (contains books and ebooks); includes the following ebooks/ebook databases, also available directly through these links:

Google Book Search (free, non-subscription, but not necessarily full-text)

conference proceedings

databases for online research

Online resource list for databases of scholarly and academic content, including journals, newspapers, trade publications, eBooks, conference proceedings, patents, dissertations and more...

Search across multiple online resources using OneSearch.

dictionaries, encyclopedias and other reference materials

SC Williams Library catalog (books and ebooks)

Major online reference works:

dissertations, theses and senior reports written by Stevens students

SC Williams Library catalog (Select "Advanced Search"; under "Content", select "Thesis/dissertation")

Stevens dissertations online through Proquest

see also: Instructions for requesting to view bound copies of dissertations, theses and reports

dissertations and theses written by NON-Stevens students

WorldCat Dissertations and Theses

(See: ordering non-Stevens dissertations via InterLibrary Loan.)

government documents (portal to all federal agencies and their publications)

journals, electronic

Use the Journal Finder to check if Stevens subscribes to the electronic version of a particular journal, magazine or newspaper.

Check our online databases of scholarly and academic journals, including both full-text content and indexes of titles, authors and abstracts. You can search the databases Alphabetically or by Subject.

journals, print

SC Williams Library catalog


SC Williams Library catalog

new itemsIn the library catalog, click 'More information' (on the right side of page), then 'New Books'
newspapers, electronic


See also: Stevens Inventors Handbook and U of Texas patent tutorials

standards and codes

technical reports



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