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***Trial Extended by Popular Demand Through November 29***


AccessEngineering, a new trial database is available at http://accessengineeringlibrary.com!

AccessEngineering is an accredited reference tool for engineering professionals, academics, and students.  Broken down by the type of engineering, AccessEngineering is simple to navigate.

AccessEngineering provides integrated access to thousands of pages of trusted content from such renowned resources as Perry’s Handbook for Chemical Engineers and Marks’ Standard for Mechanical Engineers, as well as newer resources, such as Mechatronics in Medicine.

To use the trial you must be on campus connected to the MSOE network.  This trial will be running until Novemeber 29.


Features of AccessEngineering include:

  • Renown engineering handbooks
  • Powerful search tools
  • Global professional engineering news
  • Interactive graphs
  • Instructive videos delivered by top engineering faculty
  • Curriculum guides that help faculty incorporate key engineering reference material into classes
  • Cross discipline student study guides

Once you give it a try, please contact us (library@msoe.edu) and let know how you liked it. Your feedback is important to us.

Access Engineering Logo.gif


This trial will be running until October 31.

AccessEngineering, a new trial database is available at http://accessengineeringlibrary.com!

AccessEngineering is an accredited reference tool for engineering professionals, academics, and students.  Broken down by the type of engineering, AccessEngineering is simple to navigate.

AccessEngineering provides integrated access to thousands of pages of trusted content from such renowned resources as Perry’s Handbook for Chemical Engineers and Marks’ Standard for Mechanical Engineers, as well as newer resources, such as Mechatronics in Medicine.

To use the trial you must be on campus connected to the MSOE network.


Features of AccessEngineering include:

  • Renown engineering handbooks
  • Powerful search tools
  • Global professional engineering news
  • Interactive graphs
  • Instructive videos delivered by top engineering faculty
  • Curriculum guides that help faculty incorporate key engineering reference material into classes
  • Cross discipline student study guides

Not finished with a book before it's due? Not able to get to the library? Not a problem! You can renew you items online!

Note:  To access your borrower account online you will need to have one created and bound to your ID.  Don't worry, we do this for you the first time you check out a resource.

  1. Navigate to the Online Catalog by clicking here or on the 'Library Materials' tab and then the Library Catalog Link on the Library home page.
  2. Once at the catalog either click to login in the upper right-hand corner or on the 'My Account' tab. You will be prompted for your Borrower ID, which is the number underneath the barcode on your ID.  After hitting login you should be good to go to manage your item loans and holds.

In the event you get an error logging in, check to make sure you entered the correct number (the number underneath the barcode, not your student ID number).  If that does not work, at your next convenience stop by the Library to make sure that your card is associated with your library account.

Note: Study rooms must be reserved at least 24 hours in advance!!!

Study rooms are available in the Walter Schroeder Library and can be reserved in person, by phone, or by web.  It is also possible to reserve a room for weekly meetings for the quarter (great for Senior Design).

 

By Phone:  Call the front desk @ (414) 277-7180

 

By Web:

  1. Navigate to the library's main page via the toolbar of 'My Hub.'
  2. Click on 'Learn More' underneath the 'Meeting and Study Rooms' heading.
  3. Underneath the Study & Collaboration Rooms Heading, in the last paragraph, click on online.
  4. Complete the form for the reservation and we will contact you regarding the reservation.

 

Study Room Accommodations:

Each study room has electrical outlets and network access points to accommodate laptops.

 

Study rooms have a table, chairs and a chalkboard and are designed to accommodate 2-4 students.

 

Collaboration rooms have a large conference table (seating for 8), and two large-screen digital display panels. Panels are wireless-enabled, and will enable students to display their laptops on the screen. Each screen can display (in four quadrants) the laptop displays of four students – eight displays per room.