Books can be found through MaagNet, the Maag Library online catalog, or through the OhioLINK Catalog, which locates items available at other OhioLINK institutions. Follow the OhioLINK Borrowing Service procedure to request them.
Electrical Engineering resources are located throughout the library--the Reference Room, Serials (journals), or in the circulating collection--and arranged according to the Library of Congress (LC) Classification System. If a useful item is found in one of these areas, use that same call number to find other material on the same or similar topics in other areas of the library. See Call Numbers, Location, and Building Guide for assistance. Some of the call numbers where Electrical Engineering information can be found includes:
Electrical Engineering Terms with Related Call Number Ranges
|Calculating machines, electronic computers, computer science, computer software||QA75-QA76|
|Electric circuits, electric networks||TK452-TK454.4|
|Dynamoelectric machinery including generators, motors, transformers||TK2000-TK2891|
|Production of electricity by direct energy conversion||TK2896-TK2985|
|Distribution or transmission of electric power||TK3001-TK3521|
|Applications of electric power||TK4001-TK4102|
|Telecommunications including satellites, computer networks, telephones, television, radio||TK5101-TK6720|
|Electronics including electronics apparatus, computer engineering, computer hardware||TK7800-TK8360|
In addition to print monographs, some full-text, scholarly, scientific monographs may be found through the Electronic Book Center (EBC) and the keyword search terms “Electrical Engineering,” "Electronics," "Electrical Circuits," or "Telecommunications." Three other collections of electronic books are Safari Books, Wiley Online Books, and the EBSCO E-Book Collections.