CSP: Science and Technology Topic Guide


We can't fit every resource you'll need on to this list! A pathfinder is just the beginning of building your bibliography.

Reference first!

You can find these resources by visiting the reference section, looking over the our list of on-line reference sources or checking our or by using our OPAC and limiting your search to reference. Here's some suggestions to get you started.



  • Grolier. (2006). The new book of popular science. REF 500 N42 2006 Look for a 6 volume set with sunflowers on the spines.
  • Parker, Sybil. (1992). McGraw-Hill encyclopedia of science & technology. 17 volumes. REF 503M17 1992

Books second!

Books on science and technology can be found in several areas of the library. Use our OPAC and ask a librarian if you need help. Books on the social aspects of these issues are in the 300s, books on science topics will be in the 500s and books on technology and agriculture can be found in the 600s.
  • Ewing, Rex. (2003). Power with nature : solar and wind energy demystified. 621.47 Ew5 2003 255 pages.
  • Haley, James. (2001). Global warming : opposing viewpoints. 363.738 G51 2001 224 pages.
  • Jeong, Ho-Won. (2006). Globalization and the physical environment. 333.72 J45 2006 112 pages.
  • Kallan, Stuart. (2006). World energy crisis. 333.79 K12 2006 104 pages.
  • Walker, Pam. (2005). The coral reef. 578.77 W15 2005 140 pages.

Databases third!

This short list of databases is a good place to start. If you want to expand your search, visit our our complete list of on-line reference sources.

Internet fourth!

These general websites will point you toward more resources:

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