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Engineering: Home

This is the main CSULB Library Engineering page.

Welcome!

Below is an excellent guide from my colleague on teaching in these challenging times. 

Highlights:

  1. Librarians are online to support teaching and research.
  2. But of course you can also email me anytime (hema.ramachandran@csulb.edu)
  3. Also hoping to set up virtual office office hours as I settle into a new routine (watch this space)
  4. The Library is closing from Saturday March 21. http://www.csulb.edu/university-library/article/library-closing 
  5. You can return books but borrowing from other libraries has been suspended however BeachReach is still providing articles 
  6. If you have access to a computer but no internet access at home internet providers are providing access at low cost.
  7. Free Resources to check out

 

Engineering Librarian

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Hema Ramachandran
Contact:
Dudley Library is cloised until further.notice.
Online office hours via chat will be posted here.
https://csulb.zoom.us/j/5629855749
Website

SPOTLIGHT: Standards

ASTM Compass

ASTM(American Society for Testing and Materials) Compass database, is a vast collection of industry-leading standards and technical engineering information, including the ASTM journals and symposia papers (also known as Standard Technical Publications).  Provides access to active as well as historical ASTM standards (2000-present).

IEEE Xplore

Use IEEE Xplore to find IEEE Standards

Techstreet Enterprise

Search over 500,000 standards and code documents from hundreds of organizations in a variety of fields. CSULB faculty, staf and students can request purchase of individual standards. Standards will be purchased funds permitting.

 

What's happening?

IEEE Xplore

STUDENTS attend the IEEE Workshop hosted by CSULB Student Branch on Monday, Feb 17, 12:00-2:00 pm, ECS 312. Learn how to use IEEE Xplore fo boost your career!

Free pizza and swag! 

Attend other events part of  National Engineers Week http://aesb.org/e-week/e-week-2020/

 

Learning About ORCID & How It Impacts You! CSULB Library, Room 305

Attention: this workshop is for faculty   Most major publishers and grant-funders now require you to have an ORCID iD. But what is an ORCID iD, and how does one use it? Mark Bilby of CSU Fuller…

Date:
Friday, Mar 6, 2020
Time:
11:30am - 1:30pm
Location:
Gerald Kline Instructional Room (Room 305), Gerald Kline Instructional Room (Room 305)
Categories:
Citations and Reference Management

Celebrate with CSULB engineers!

Feb 17-21 http://aesb.org/e-week/

Recent books of interest

Resources of interest