Answered By: Elyse Wolf Last Updated: Aug 12, 2019 Views: 41
We only have 3 databases that include standards:
- Use the Advanced Search and check the Standards box under Content Types. It’s mostly IEEE standards, but there are some ANSI standards as well.
- ASTM Standards and Digital Engineering Library
- Look below the Search box for the section labeled "Other Content" and you will see a link for ISO which will allow you to browse the ones available.
- Engineering Village
- You can select standard as an option under "Document Type"
Books and Articles
We also have many resources like scholarly articles and books that discuss some of the most common standards like ISO 9000, ISO 9001, ISO 14000, and ISO 14001. You can find the books and ebooks via our online library catalog or all types of resources via the multi-search on the library home page. You can just do a keyword search for the standard like this: “ISO 9000.”
Sometimes you will find ISO standards reprinted within books as well. If you look for handbooks on a certain topic, check the index and appendix to see which standards may be included. These can be difficult to find. Please ask a librarian for assistance.
ISO makes some of their standards freely available from a special section of their website: http://standards.iso.org/ittf/PubliclyAvailableStandards/index.html
You may also want to check Google by either standard number or title - some ISO standards, usually older ones, may be available free on the web.
Content authored by: GS
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