Hey Engineering students,
WIN PRIZES - like the new iPad!
Time again for the Knovel University Challenge!  What is that?
Knovel is a database of interest to engineering students.  Knovel consists of online technical information with access to numerous full-text handbooks and other reference materials.  Knovel provides interactive tools allowing you to make "tables, charts, equations, plotters and graphs interactive."
Carnegie Mellon University Libraries subscribes to Knovel.  You can access it via our Library's home page under Databases A-Z at the Articles & Databases link. 


The Path To Change: Follow It With Us!

A new web platform has been launched today for the University Libraries.  The URL has remained the same:  http://search.library.cmu.edu/
Although we are expecting a smooth transition, kindly let us know if you have any navigation issues as we work to ensure success of the new web site.  Your comments can help us drive changes to our electronic presence. 


Looking for a phase diagram?

The Alloy Phase Diagram Center has been set up for us!
We are happy to announce this new licensed resource for CMU users:
Alloy Phase Diagram Center


"iPad 2 Lending to You" program

Carnegie Mellon University's Engineering & Science Library will be implementing an iPad 2 check-out program during the spring 2012 semester. For the start of the pilot program, 10 iPad 2s will be loaded with 100 identical applications. Apps chosen will be for free download or for a modest purchase price.

With over 140,000 iPad apps and counting, we can use your help to select apps for our new iPad 2s! We are especially looking for apps that would benefit an engineering student.
Please offer a suggestion(s) by going to the following link: