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AME 495S - Senior Colloquium

Engineering Librarian

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Paula C Johnson
Main Library A403


The Libraries have been buying materials in electronic format when possible in order to maximize accessibility and to free more areas within the library buildings to serve as computer labs, maker spaces, collaborative work spaces, etc. Many of the current texts available on the subject of aerospace and mechanical engineering can be found here.

Handbooks & Encyclopedias

The quickest way to get acquainted across all areas of engineering is Knovel. It provides handbooks, encyclopedias, dictionaries, and numeric property and substance data in interactive tables.

Knovel   Find engineering technical reference tools and material properties.

You can also use the links below to find encyclopedias and handbooks in engineering in the library catalog: