Full-text databases provide a set of more specific resources than the general Library Search. The term 'full-text' indicates that the full article is located in the database. There are also research citation databases that have the details of the articles but no full-text. There are many full-text databases available through VU library specific to particular Engineering disciplines. There are a couple listed below.
The journals listed above form a small part of a much larger collection of Engineering & Applied Sciences journals, that is, journals in Electrical Engineering, Information Technology, Telecommunications and Computer Science discipline areas.
LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda.com) is an outstanding resource offering a variety of online courses for video-based learning in a wide variety of subjects, including CAD, design, IT, 3D animation, audio, multimedia, coding, and others. Look below for links to videos and courses relevant to electrical engineering, IT and robotics. Search for more courses or videos on various subjects within LinkedIn Learning.
The Library also holds a subscription to streaming video resources via the following databases:
"Kanopy is Netflix, for colleges" - Suited for both educational and academic purposes, many of the films in Kanopy are not available anywhere else. Kanopy provides access to a wide range of educational streamed online video titles (26,000 films in its collection) including leading producers such as Nevco & Media Education Foundation, HBO, the Great Courses, BBC, The Video Project, and others. Many of the films are not available anywhere else.
ClickView includes collections of programs on Technology, Business and Services, and other subjects, plus a large range of educational TV programs.