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IEEE Career Tips Workshop
Join IEEE, David Awad, and the Engineering Library for a career tips workshop. David Awad will discuss trategies for helping build a personal brand and stand out as an engineering and individual. He...
- Using the Material Sample Collection - November 20
- Engineering Library Group Study Rooms
Access Engineering Trial through March 8
Princeton University has a trial for Access Engineering from McGraw-Hill through March 8. Access the resource at https://www.accessengineeringlibrary.com/ Access Engineering: Provides students with...
Material Samples Collection Open House, Oct. 4 and Oct. 11
The Material Samples Collection is the result of a collaborative effort between Gabriella Karl-Johnson, Architecture Librarian, and Willow Dressel, Engineering Librarian, who investigated options...
Nano, Energy, and Materials Science Database trials
Princeton University Library has a trial for several databases in engineering and related fields. Please send comments and impressions of these databases to Willow Dressel, Engineering Librarian (...
HackPrinceton Library Hours
The Engineering Library will be open extended hours during HackPrinceton Friday, March 30 – Sunday, April 1. The Engineering Library will open at the normal time (8:30 am) on Friday, March 30 and...
New ASME Standards Subscription
Princeton University Libraries now have access to the current ASME Standards Collection. The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) standards and codes collection online includes biomedical...
IEEE Authorship Lunch-n-Learn
IEEE Authorship Lunch-n-Learn When: Friday, October 27 at 12:00 pm Where: Lewis Library (Room 225) Pizza and Prizes will be provided Please join us to learn more about how to publish in IEEE...
IOP Concise Physics publishing presentation
On behalf of Morgan & Claypool Publishers, we would like to invite you to please join us for a publishing presentation featuring the IOP Concise Physics e-Book collection. When: Friday, October...
Fine Hall Section of the Lewis Library Maintenance
The Fine Hall entrance and section of the Lewis Science Library (where the circulating books, maps and GIS are located) will be TEMPORARILY CLOSED from June 1st to August 31st for ceiling, lights and...
iMacs and Fusion 360 in the Engineering Library
The Engineering Library now has three 27 inch iMacs in room 308. Fusion 360 software from AutoDesk has been installed on each iMac. An individual account is required to use the software. AutoDesk...
Trial of Life Sciences
Princeton University has a trial for The Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection from Henry Stewart Talks. The collection is comprised of more than 2,100 specially prepared, animated lectures by...
Open Access and ORCID Author Identifier talk
Open Access and ORCID Author Identifiers Speakers: Jane Holmquist and Yuan LiDate: Thursday, May 5, 12:00 pm – 1:00 pmLocation: Lewis Library 225 No Registration Required. Beverages...
Author Identifier (ORCiD) Sign-up Session in the Engineering Library
What: ORCiDⓇ Information and Sign-up Session – A brief overview of the Open Researcher and Contributer ID (ORCiD) will provided, then librarians will be around to answer questions and help you get...
Art and Architecture in Video trial
The Princeton University Library has a trial for Art and Architecture in Video from Alexander Street until April 12, 2016. The collection includes over 500 hours of documentaries, interviews and...
Encyclopedia of Polymer Science and Technology
The Engineering Library recently acquired online access to the Encyclopedia of Polymer Science and Technology. http://library.princeton.edu/resource/27212 Now in its Fourth print edition, the online...
GIS Workshops in Lewis Library
Interested in learning GIS? The Maps and Geospatial Information Center in Lewis Library is holding several GIS related workshops this Spring including Introduction to GIS How to create and collect...
Engineering Case Studies Online and Environmental Studies in Video
Announcing two new subscriptions at the library: Engineering Case Studies Online, which offers hundreds of hours of video and thousands of pages of text resources on engineering failures and...
Sharing Research Data: When, in What Form, with Whom, and at What Cost?
Sharing Research Data: When, in What Form, with Whom, and at What Cost? Thursday, November 14, 2013, 4:30 p.m., McDonnell Hall Auditorium, room A02 Free and Open to the Public Michael Carroll,...
2013 Knovel Virtual Conference – October 15, 2013
Once the rush of the beginning of the academic year is over you may want to consider attending this FREE full-day event that will showcase how you can save time and get to the critical engineering...
Need help with a data management plan? Try DMPTool
Many U.S. funding agencies are now requiring researchers to submit a data management plan with their grant applications. DMPTool* provides guidance in creating ready to use data management plans...
Data Citation Index Trial
Princeton University has trial access to the Data Citation Index on the Web of Knowledge platform! Go to Select a Database tab and choose Data Citation Index to start exploring. If you have questions...