Purdue Libraries have numerous resources for finding scholarly information for various sections of ENTM 228. This guide will provide access to these resources and information on conducting scholarly research.
Elsevier Description of Peer Review Process-Elsevier is a major international publisher of scholarly journals in multiple subjects.
Purdue Libraries Interlibrary Loan-Obtain access to journal articles, books, and other resources not available at Purdue.
Selected journal article databases
These are some of the many Purdue Libraries databases providing access to scholarly journal articles for these courses
Academic Search Premier-Database providing access to numerous scholarly articles from a variety of disciplines.
ProQuest Research Library-Another major database providing access to many scholarly articles from multiple disciplines.
NexisUni-Provides access to news, business, and legal resources including court case opinions and law review journal articles
CRCNet Select Forensic Net or Law Enforcement net to access CRC Press books on these subjects
Encyclopedia of Forensic Sciences (2013) Jay Sekko, Pekka Saukko, Max Hauck. (Purdue Users Only)
Leading Forensic Science Journals
Journal of Forensic Sciences
Expert Witness: Effective Courtroom Testimony (2010 article from Forensic Magazine)
Numerous databases can be used to determine how frequently scholars and scholarly works are cited in scholarly literature. Examples include:
Advice on Government Testimony (Eugene Spafford-Purdue Computer Science Professor)