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BEE 3299: Sustainable Development: Overview

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photo credit: Tatmouss. Sustainable Urban Design Innovation: Photovoltaic sunshade "SUDI" is an autonomous and mobile station that replensishes energy for electric vehicles using solar energy. [digital photograph]. Retrieved from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sustainable_engineering#/media/File:Ombri%C3%A8re_SUDI_-_Sustainable_Urban_Design_%26_Innovation.jpg

 

 

For this class you'll search the scientific and popular literature for topics related to Sustainable Development. This guide will take you through the literature searching process and point towards resources to be used when conducting research for assignments, the discussion forum, and your final project . Navigate the guide using the blue tabs above or the following links:  

 

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Erica Johns
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Where do you start your research?

Where do you start your research?
Google: 25 votes (69.44%)
Wikipedia: 2 votes (5.56%)
Google Scholar: 3 votes (8.33%)
Web of Science/Knowledge: 4 votes (11.11%)
Other (which I'll explain in discussion): 2 votes (5.56%)
Total Votes: 36