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Engineering Library in Fine Hall
The Engineering Library is now located in a newly renovated space adjacent to the Lewis Library on the A Floor of Fine Hall. Through a physical layout that flows from Lewis into Fine Hall and the resources it offers, the library fosters the perfect environment for collaborative work. Positioned between Lewis Science Library and the Engineering Library is Princeton University Library’s first-ever Makerspace. Scheduled to open this fall, information on its offerings will be available soon.
The Engineering Library is now offering study/browse reservations. Faculty, graduate students, and staff approved to be on campus with an active Princeton University ID will be able to reserve study tables, rooms, and carrels for up to 2 hours. Initial hours are 9:00 am – 2:00 pm and will transition to 9:00 am – 5:00 pm at the start of the semester. Access to browse books is available when with a seat reservation. Reservations must be made the day before.
Reserve a seat. An email confirmation will follow.
For more information please visit the study, browsing, and service information.
Book pick-up and in-house digitization services are available for Engineering Library collections. Requests can be made using the request button in the Library Catalog or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Paged materials will be made available in the Lewis Library atrium. General information about this service can be found on the Library's Updates. Please visit the Library’s up-to-date COVID-19 information page for Library-specific updates and policies.
Library staff are also available to answer questions. Willow Dressel, the Engineering Librarian (email@example.com) is available for remote research consultations. General Engineering Library inquiries can be sent to the Engineering Library’s email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.