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Electrical Engineering: Welcome!

Ask Me for Help!

Jane Daugherty
Bldg. 32, Rm. 139
John C. Pace Library

What's in this guide?

This guide was crafted specially for you to help you succeed in the engineering field.  Take a look at what's in each tab:

  • Welcome: Meet your librarian. Use the dropdowns to get extra research help in identifying sources, evaluating sources (tips for reading a scholarly article), and writing literature reviews. Need more? Contact me.
  • Articles: Check out the databases you should be using for engineering research!  Use the dropdown menu to get a crashcourse in IEEE.
  • Standards:  Are you in compliance? Use the resources here to look up standards.
  • Books: How to look up books at UWF and reccomendations on reference sources.
  • Citation Management: How to cite in IEEE and how to use Refworks (your new best friend!)
  • Open Education Resources: See what is freely available to you. Great tool for researchers who don't have access to university databases.
  • After Graduation: In case you want a job....