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Books are a great resource to use when searching for general information on a topic. They are useful for understanding a topic in its context and provide summaries of existing research as well as offer a historical perspective.
Books are best located using the Search feature in our Library Catalogue.
Prepared by the Committee on Sustainability of the Technical Activities Committee of ASCE. This report provides a broad, fundamental understanding of sustainability principles and their application to engineering work.
Government Publications are useful primary sources as they provide original uninterpreted testimony and information on many topics and issues. These may include publications such as reports, documents and speeches.
McMaster University houses their Main Collection of Government Publications on the 2nd floor of Mills Library.
For a good explanation of Secondary Resources check out these links:
Media sources, meaning the grouping of print, broadcast and internet are a great resource tool for learning about current events as well as government activity, including foreign policy. Here are some media sources that may be of interest to you: