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MET 464: Senior Design Project 1: Home

What is Peer Reviewed Literature?

Peer Review is a process used by most journals to ensure high quality.  Authors submit their work for publication, and, before the journal accepts the article, the editors of the journal send the article out to other experts in the same field (peers) to have it critiqued (reviewed).

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Patents

For further assistance, contact patent librarian Greg Curtis (gregory.t.curtis@maine.edu).

Standards and Technical Specifications

Librarian, Head of Reference & Information Literacy

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