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Researching the literature for an engineering topic? Don't forget to look for books (or book chapters). The following resources will help you find books, and in some cases, book chapters. Each entry will also explain how to get the book, whether online or in print.
Enter the title, author and/or keywords in the search box. Once you get a list of results, use the CONTENT TYPE limiter in the left-hand column to restrict the answers to just BOOKS/EBOOKS. If the book is available online, click on the FULL TEXT ONLINE link. If the book is available in print, you'll see the call number, library location and the checkout status of the book. You may go to the library that holds the book OR click on the book title, then click on the REQUEST link to have the book delivered to your preferred library.
Didn't find the book you wanted in Library One Search? Need more books on your topic than what's available in the ASU Library?
Use this database to search thousands of libraries in the U.S. and Canada. Enter the title, author, and/or keywords in the search box. Click on the TITLE to see what libraries have the book. If the ASU Library is listed, click on the BOOK link; if the ASU Library is NOT listed use our Interlibrary Loan service to request the item.
Use this database if you want to search within the full text of books. To determine, if the ASU Library has the book, search the book title in "Library One Search". If the ASU Library does not have the book, request it via our Interlibrary Loan service.
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