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Engineering Library Resources and Assistance
All campus libraries are closed. Please visit the Library’s up-to-date COVID-19 information page for Library-specific updates and policies. Library staff are available to answer questions during this time. Willow Dressel, the Engineering Librarian can be reached at email@example.com and Zoom appointments are available. The Engineering Library’s email, firstname.lastname@example.org, is being monitored and Princeton University Library’s online chat service and general email are also fully staffed.
Print Course Reserves and Research Materials - The Library is working on expanding access to materials online. Please email Willow Dressel to inquire about the possibility of obtaining digital copies of course reserves or research materials.
Secure Remote Access can be used to access electronic materials from off campus. The AnywhereAccess browser plugin can help reduce the number of clicks to get to Library subscriptions. The Library’s Remote Access Guide provides more information on using library resources remotely.
Article Express can be used to obtain electronic journal articles and conference proceedings not available through the library.
The new installment of the popular exhibition for CEE463: A Social and Multi-dimensional Exploration of Structures is now on display at the Engineering Library. "Creativity of Cuban Thin Shell Structures" tells the story of select engineers and architects who shaped Havana’s architecture of thin shell structures and in some cases defined an authentic style that is creatively Cuban.
“Evolution of German Shells: Efficiency in Form,” which celebrates and examines German thin-shell structural continues to be on display on the first floor of the library and is open to the public during library’s open hours.