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Engineering Subject Guide — Essential Resources

This guide offers information for students and faculty, on and off campus, on locating library resources and services suited for the School of Engineering.

Welcome to the Engineering Subject Guide at UConn!

The purpose of this guide is to serve as a starting off point to help you in your engineering research at UConn, whether you are an undergraduate student, a graduate student, or a faculty member. Explore this guide to find more information on how to find the best books, textbooks, electronic journal articles, and more to meet your research needs at UConn.  Navigate to the tabs on the left of the webpage in order to access more detailed information.  If you are on a smartphone, then click on the tabs above.



NEW! We now have an online subscription to ASTM Compass (Including the annual Book of Standards).  

NEW! UConn has a new SAE electronic journal subscription as of 2018.  Certain SAE journals published from 2018 onward are now available online.  Articles published prior to January 2018 are available as print copies in the library.  To find these articles search "SAE" in the journal search:

Do you want to request a book purchase for Engineering?  Fill out the form at the link below:


Please contact STEM librarian liaison Renee Walsh with questions regarding:                   
  • Computer Science & Engineering;
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Civil & Environmental Engineering
Please contact STEM Librarian Liaison Jennifer Chaput with questions regarding:
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
  • Materials Science & Engineering

Key Databases

Research Help: STEM Librarian Renee Walsh

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Renee Walsh

STEM Librarian Jennifer Chaput

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Jennifer Chaput

Library Makerspace!

If you'd like information about the Makerspace at UConn Library, click below:


Additional Types of Research Help


If you are having difficulty finding the right articles or other information, please contact me to schedule an one-on-one consultation.

Library Instruction Classes:

Classes can be scheduled to meet topic-specific needs of students and faculty. If you would like a session in your class or in one of the libraries' computer classrooms, contact the STEM Librarians.


UConn Libraries also holds workshops on a variety of topics. Check the website periodically to see if there is a session that may be of interest.