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Local, federal ,and global organizations such as government agencies or non-governmental organizations (NGOs) can be valuable sources of original data, codes and regulations, and research reports. This information is often provided on their websites, which are organized quite differently than might be expected. Pages with useful information may be organized by major initiatives or funding sources, or the organization of the website may reflect the current staffing or organization charts of the organization. Some agencies, like the US Department of Transportation, have major databases containing project and data that might not be visible to internet search engines like Google. In short, you may need to hunt around a bit and rely less on the internal search tools of these websites.
This course guide provides some quick links to frequently used information to get you started.
Use the link above to access a searchable list of this magazine's articles, look for the "Search within this publication" option in blue text. If you see a UNLV Find Text button below the article you want - click on it to locate or request a full text copy via interlibrary loan.
A trade magazine for Civil and Structural Engineers focused on projects that are in the design or construction phase. It is produced by a for profit organization, Dodge Data & Analytics, and published by McGraw Hill.
Use the search box in the upper-right of the window to locate articles. The website provides the full text of the most recent articles for a limited time - older ones can be requested through UNLV's interlibrary loan.
Use the search box at the top of the UNLV Libraries' home page to simultaneously search the contents of several databases and the catalog of the UNLV Libraries' newspapers, books, articles, videos, and other materials.