NASA's Scientific and Technical Information Program (STI) is your door to a world of scientific and technical information.
At the Center for AeroSpace Information's Technical Report Server, you can search through abstracts of NASA technical documents or through a broader database of aerospace literature. When you register as an ASAP (Aeronautics & Space Access Page) user, you can download NASA reports at no cost (go to http://www.sti.nasa.gov and scroll to the bottom of the page; select the ASAP link). Find style and policy guidance for writing STI, and order NASA STI online from the NASA STI Lead Center.
At Glenn, you can order documents online through the Glenn Library (available to computers in the grc.nasa.gov domain from http://techlib.grc.nasa.gov/eforms.html), browse through catalogs of Glenn technical videos or still images, look at the Research & Technology reports (which feature brief descriptions of Glenn's ongoing research in both HTML and PDF formats), find guides and tips for writing technical reports, or visit the Glenn Technical Report Server (a database of abstracts and information about most of the recent Glenn technical reports).For more information about Glenn's STI program, contact Natalie Henrich, (216) 433-5301.
Learn more about Glenn's Technical Information Services.
Responsible NASA Official: Natalie L. Henrich,
Glenn Technical Publications Manager
Web Curator: Caroline A. Rist (Wyle)
Last updated: 4/22/2011