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Google is a great resource when it comes to providing background information on a topic. Therefore, it is totally appropriate to use Google to help generate additional search terms related to your topic. However after you have become familiar with a topic you should always search the research databases first. Google is also a great resource if you only have part of a citation (e.g. article title and author) but need the full citation (article, title, journal, volume, issue, year) to request the article through your MYILL Account.
Electronic Reference Resources
If you are off campus, you can only access these books by logging into your MyIIT Account, and then by clicking on the "library e-resources" icon on the top right of the screen. You must then select the letter that corresponds to the database offering the book ("S" for Springer or "E" for EBSCOHost). For more information, see Accessing Library Resources From Home.