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ME/ES 380 & ME 594 - Biomechanics with Prof. Brombach: Databases

ME/ES 380 & ME 594

This guide was created to help students in MS/ES 380 and ME 594 with Prof. Brombach navigate library resources and find the research support you need to be successful in your course. 

Biomedical & Bioengineering Research Databases

Course Objective # 3 - Apply strategies for good design, i.e. healthy and stress reduced work places and machine or product interactions.

Course Objective # 5 - Locate, read, analyze and discuss current ergonomics and biomechanics research literature.

Course Objective # 6 - Synthesize information on a contemporary ergonomics & biomechanics research topic. 

The Human Body

Course Objective # 2 - Compare and contrast the basic structural elements of the human body and how this structure contributes to function. 

See also...

You may also want to see the Anatomical Imaging section on the "Other Resources" tab of this page. 

Psychology Databases

Course Objective # 3 - Apply strategies for good design, i.e. healthy and stress reduced work places and machine or product interactions.

Course Objective # 4 - Describe fundamental concepts and techniques used in analyzing work situations with respect to main stress factors in industry. 

Social Science Databases

Course Objective # 1 - Understand the Interaction of human beings at work and emphasize the social, economic, and human demands of ergonomic work. 

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Health Sciences Library

The Health Sciences Library (HSL) is located on Clarkson's downtown campus, on the main floor of Clarkson Hall at 59 Main Street, Potsdam.

The main desk number is 315-268-4464.