Library Resources



The UP College of Engineering Library houses a vast collection of resources and research tools, covering all fields of engineering, spanning both print and digital formats. This collection is continuously being developed, preserved and made accessible to the students, faculty, and staff of the College, as well as to all University constituents and researchers. This responsibility includes acquiring new book and non-book materials, serials, electronic resources, and equipment that will aid the users in their studies, instruction, research, and extension work. Click any of the icons below to learn more about our collection.

Electronic Resources

From books to bytes.
UP EnggLib provides access to various subscribed and open access electronic resources -- e-books, e-journals, lecture notes, and more -- in addition to its print collection. Select a category in order to view the list of electronic resources.

Print Collection

More than 54,000 volumes of printed materials in engineering.
Aspiring to become a world-class research library, UP EnggLib gives premier importance to the quality of its collection. The collection’s makeup reflects the curriculum and research foci of the UP College of Engineering. A testament of this robust collection is the 54,000+ volumes of printed materials spanning all departments and disciplines of the College of Engineering, namely:

  • Energy Engineering
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Computer Science
  • Electrical and Electronics Engineering
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Geodetic Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Mining, Metallurgical, and Materials Engineering
Print materials are being housed and managed by the different service sections of the Library. Select any of the links below to learn more about the materials, as well as the section where they are located.










Local Databases

Proudly EnggLib developed.
Aside from having a modern IT infrastructure, UP EnggLib also developed information systems in order to properly organize all of its resources and deliver library service with high level of promptness and efficiency. EnggLib upholds to utilize free and open-source technologies and to develop in-house applications for this purpose. This mandate does not just help the Library financially but also encourages the personalization and specialization of library services. Creating in-house applications ensures that EnggLib meets the needs of the College and our users. The following are some of the web applications that were developed and are currently being utilized at EnggLib.