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Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Resources Overview Guide

General purpose subject guide with resources pertaining to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.


black and white image depicts a person near symbols for science (a beaker), technology (wifi signal), engineering (a gear), and math (pi)The Western Technical College Learning Commons provides many resources to support you on the path to your degree! We offer a full-service library with books, periodicals, electronic resources, and database access. We also provide access to textbooks and free tutoring.

This guide is designed to help you find information for your science, technology, engineering, and mathematics programs and courses at Western. The guide is divided into different sections (books, databases, etc.). Navigate to the different sections using the tabs on the left. 

For more information about the Learning Commons or for more general academic resources, please visit the librarians in the Learning Commons or email us at

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Navigating the Website and Accessing Library Resources 24/7

This 3-minute screencast walks you through the process of accessing library resources 24/7 from our website. It demonstrates how to search for ebooks using the library catalog, find and access the list of library databases, find research guides from your librarians, and use the contact form to ask us your questions. 

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