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Electronic Technology Resources

Materials in the electrical engineering and electronics fields may be
found within the following call number areas and by searching the library catalog.

TK 1-9971 Electrical Engineering and Electronics

TK 1000-1841 Production of Electric Energy

TK 3001-4102 Distribution of Electric Power

TK 4001-4102 Applications of Electric Power

TK 4125-4399 Electric Lighting

TK 4601-4661 Electric Heating

TK 7800-8360 Electronics


Reference Works

Newnes Dictionary of Electronics

Electronic Book

American Electrician’s Handbook

Ref TK 151.C8
The Electrical Engineering Handbook Ref TK 141.E354
IEEE Standard Dictionary of Electrical and Electronics Terms TK 9.I478
The Illustrated Dictionary of Electronics Ref TK704.G497
Illustrated Guidebook to Electronic Devices & Circuits TK7825.H78
McGraw Hill Encyclopedia of Science & Technology Ref Q121.M3 1997


You may access the following databases from any computer workstation on campus. For off-campus access, please follow the instructions found on the library’s homepage under “Off-Campus Access Instructions” or click here for an online tutorial.

Computers & Applied Sciences Complete covers the research and development spectrum of the computing and applied sciences disciplines.

Academic Search Complete is a valuable and comprehensive scholarly, multi-disciplinary full-text database.

Electronics and Communications Abstracts contains abstracts of periodicals within the field of electronics and communications.


Electronic Teaching Assistant consists of the Circuit Design Lab, Interactive Illustrations and Electric Circuit Study Applets.

Electronics: An Online Guide for Beginners is an excellent resource for basic concepts, schematic diagrams, circuit concepts and electronic projects.

IEEE (Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers) is the leading authority in the electrical engineering and electronics fields.

Martindale's Calculators On-Line Center contains links to online calculators for the engineering and electrical engineering fields.

Science.gov (Applied Science & Technologies) provides authoritative information on electronics from U.S. Government agencies, including research and development results.

Scots Guide to Electronics covers all levels of electronics for beginners and novices.

If you have questions regarding any of these resources or need assistance
finding additional information, please
Ask a Librarian.