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Welcome to the Engineering library resource page. There are several kinds of information that engineers use. Start with the journals to see what's current in engineering. Databases of journals specific to engineering can be found of the Mechanical and Electrical Engineering pages of this guide.

The online resources are available to current employees (faculty and staff) and currently enrolled students from off-campus. Off-campus, a log on is required to access the paid library content.

If you have a specific information need and are not sure where to start, ask a librarian!

Chicago Manual of Style

Many engineers and engineering journals use the Chicago Manual of Style to format their papers and their citations.