1) Identify a standard you need
Search through the TechStreet Enterprise platform found via the Database A-Z list. Once you have navigated to TechStreet, perform a search for your topic. You will likely not find any results - this is because the default setting on TechStreet is to only pull up results that our library has already subscribed to. To do a more general search on what is out in the world that may be of interest, uncheck "On Subscription" after performing your search (it's on the top-left of the results).
You can also search a standards sales website to gt a sense for what is available. Some examples:
If you need help identifying a standard you need, please Ask Us!
2) Contact the library
The databases above offer standards for sale. However, you do not have to buy the one(s) you need! Once you have identified a standard, determine whether the library owns it using the following resources:
Alternatively, you may contact the library and a librarian will check for you.
3) (If necessary) Request an order
If the library does not have the standard you need and you are a Michigan Tech student, faculty, or staff member, complete this Request a Standard form. We consider standard purchase requests on a case by case basis.