TRAIL stands for Technical Report Archive and Image Library. It is a searchable interface for government technical reports made prior to 1975. All reports are downloadable in full text. The documents subject range includes engineering, geology, standards, and many other technical areas.
The Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC)'s Scientific and Technical Information Network (STINET) Service helps the DoD community access pertinent scientific and technical information to meet mission needs effectively. Includes DTIC's technical reports collection and some full text resources.
Free Website: The Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC) Scientific and Technical Information Network (STINET) Service helps the DoD community access pertinent scientific and technical information to meet mission needs effectively. Includes DTIC's technical reports collection and some full text resources.
Free Website: NTIS is the largest, central resource for government-funded scientific, technical, engineering, and business related information available today. Approximately 2.5 million products are available in a variety of formats including online, electronic, multimedia, CD-ROM, paper, and microfiche. Thousands of new products are added each week. Additionally, many records now include free links to the full-text publication on an agency's website, or can be downloaded directly from the NTIS archival copy for a nominal charge. Be sure to search our catalog to see if UTSA Library owns any material referenced here.
NASA's Scientific and Technical Information (STI) Program's mission is to collect, archive, and disseminate NASA aerospace information. Examples of information found here include research reports, journal articles, conference and meeting papers, technical videos, mission-related operational documents, and preliminary data. You can check our catalog to see if UTSA Library owns any material referenced here.
The U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Office of Scientific and Technical Information (OSTI) provides access to a wealth of energy, science, and technology research and development information from the Manhattan Project to the present. Includes three areas of information: Information Bridge, which has full text DOE research reports (primarily from 1995 to today); Energy Citations, with bibliographic citations of DOE research from 1948 to today; and E-print Network, which is a collection of documents that researchers circulate electronically in advance or in lieu of publication. Check Library Quick Search to see if UTSA Libraries own any materials referenced here.
Provides full-text access to computer science and information technology literature in all ACM (Association for Computing Machinery) journals and magazines, transactions, conference proceedings, and SIG newsletters. Some coverage begins in the 1950s.
This site offers you information on works of structural engineering, architecture or construction through time, history and from around the world. Our documentation begins at the time of the pyramids in Egypt and Roman construction, continues to Romanesque and Gothic churches and through to the Industrial Revolution all the way to today and beyond. Structurae deals mostly with bridges, tunnels, dams, skyscrapers, stadiums, towers, etc. Explore this site to discover the marvelous works of structural engineering.