There's lots of Engineering information on the Web.
Some ask you to pay money; your library probably already subscribes to many good sources.
As you develop into a professional engineer, you will learn to go beyond general web pages or web docs & become a more sophisticated engineering information user and creator.
In this video, it introduces different engineering information (characteristics & purposes).
While many journal articles and conference papers are written by scholars working at universities or research institutions, professional engineering associations also play a major role in disseminating research findings and practices by:
Publishing peer-reviewed research journals
Publishing practical “trade” journals
Holding conferences & publishing proceedings
In this video, it explains what professional associations do and why it matters.
In this video, you will learn about strategies to critically evaluate search results, including (1) Choose good & varied search tools, (2) Ask yourself what you want or need, (3) Use the sorting & filtering functions, (4) Look for your keywords the important parts of the results, (5) Pay issuing organization or publisher, (6) Ask yourself the information whether is credible, suitable, technical information appropriate to your information needs.
Over 20 student teams from national and international universities, including UC Berkeley, Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Michigan, presented their global health technologies at the Rice competition. In this video, it share the story of 2 team of HKUST students. SIGHT was the first team from HKUST to participate in the Rice competition and they won.
In this video, a team of students are working on their engineering innovation project. They used various search tools to find various information. However, they have difficulties to decide what to look at first, and how to choose in a strategic and clever way.