UP Engglib News

17 March

Explore EnggLib's WorldCat Discovery Service Featured

More ways to explore the resources of our library... and the world’s libraries

The UP College of Engineering Library (EnggLib) currently holds access to more than 54,000 titles of print resources  and to more than 30,000 titles of e-books and e-journals. Even with its vast collection of resources and tools, the Library acknowledges that there is still so much more information that the users could access outside its own holdings.

Through EnggLib’s WorldCat Discovery service, users can search more than two billion electronic, digital, and physical resources in libraries around the world with a single search.

Access the library’s WorldCat Discovery on https://engglib.on.worldcat.org/discovery and search for billions of available titles.

Key Features:

Basic Search

Type your keyword in the search box and get recommended topics as you do!

Advanced Search

For more complex and specific search inquiries, users may opt to use the Advanced Search to combine search fields and refine search results.

Limit Your Search

Users may also limit their search to return only peer-reviewed articles and use a combination of search fields by format, year, and location.

Interlibrary Loan

Resources not available in the Library’s holdings may be requested through interlibrary loan (ILL). The Library will notify the users of the receipt of their request as well as give them an update of its status. The Library shall also inform the requesting user of the applicable fees to facilitate the request.


Other features:

Share

Share the material by sending a record of it through email. Record links are also available for sharing.

Cite a Record

Citations for each record are available in various formats such as in APA (6th ed.), MLA (7th ed.), and Chicago (Author-Date, 16th ed.). Citations may also be exported with EndNote and RefWorks.  

Save

Save the record and view it on your list for easy reference.

 

Last modified on Monday, 20 March 2017 09:30

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