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Engineering - Broad-based Engineering Resources: Home

Welcome to the Engineering Subject Guides

In these guides, you will find access to a variety of resources that will be useful to you as you study and research the many facets of Engineering .

The tabs (at the top of the specific engineering guide pages) provide access to article databases, journal collections, books and ebooks, and useful online resources.
 
While every attempt is made to help you become a self-sufficient researcher, be sure to contact Marie Speare if you need any assistance.

The Donald W. Craik Engineering Library serves the Faculty of Engineering's five departments (BiosystemsCivil , Design, Electrical and Computer, and  Mechanical Engineering), and serves as an information resource for practicing professional engineers and consultants, the general public, and other libraries.

IEEE English for Engineering

Click on the picture below to access IEEE English for Engineering or go to: https://ieeexplore-ieee-org.uml.idm.oclc.org/courses/category/17

IEEE English for Engineering

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