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Electrical Engineering

Introduction

The John C. Pace Library uses the Library of Congress (LC) Classification System to catalog and shelve its books and periodicals. Library of Congress (LC) call numbers are alphanumeric and the first part of the call number begins with letters that represent the 21 subject divisions of the LC system. 

Print books on electrical engineering are mainly found in the TK call number area on the third floor.

Books in the Catalog

The catalog provides access to books, documents, reports, and other materials. Although journal titles are listed in the catalog, it is not an index to articles within the journals and, more importantly, the catalog does not list all the online journals (see ejournals list for those).

For information on how to locate books, use the Locating Books guide

If you live over 50 miles from the UWF campus, you may request that books be delivered to you by mail.

Many books are available online. Links to these books are in the catalog but you may also search the online book collections directly: 

New Books

Background Sources

Comprehensive Dictionary of Electrical Engineering. 2005. (Ref. TK9 C575 2005)

 Wiley Electrical and Electronics (Ref. TK9 .K39 2004) & (FWB)