Given the recent changes to move classes online and suspend a majority of research in labs, it is important to understand the choices available to discover and access online information.
This Zoominar will discuss options available to UVA researchers and students for navigating such resources, with an emphasis on accessing them off-Grounds, and how to obtain information we may not have readily available. This Zoominar will concentrate on resources for searching for materials science data, including chemical and physical properties, phase diagrams, spectra and corrosion data. Some resources that will be discussed: ASM Handbooks Online, SpringerMaterials, AccessEngineering, ICSD and more.
Jeremy R. Garritano is currently a Research Librarian for Sciences/Engineering at the University of Virginia and is the library liaison to chemistry, chemical engineering, and materials science and engineering. He also leads a team four other librarians supporting engineering and the social sciences. He has a Bachelor’s in Chemical Engineering from Purdue University and a Master’s in Library Science from Indiana University. He has held previous positions at the University of Maryland College Park, Purdue University, George Mason University and Earlham College. Jeremy is an active member of the American Chemical Society where he is currently an appointed Member to the ACS Society Committee on Education and is Chair of the Division of Chemical Information for 2020.
Jeremy R. Garritano
University of Virginia Library, University of Virginia