What's in this Guide
Welcome to the Class Guide for civil and environmental engineering students. This guide introduces civil and environmental engineering students to the library and internet resources available to them at Uconn libraries. These pages provide access to resources - article databases, catalogs, reference books, web sites - on civil and environmental engineering. Use the tabs to navigate through the pages of the guide.Feel free to contact me if you need additional help or information.
Quick & Helpful Links
Quick Links for finding articles
- Compendex and Inspec
- TRID: Transportation Research and International Transport Research Documentation
Index to transportation research. Subjects include highways; transit; railroads; maritime; and aviation. Varies; some back to mid-1980s.
Over 800 full-text engineering and scientific reference works, handbooks, encyclopedias, reference books, and standards in engineering and chemistry. You can obtain AASHTO (The American Association for State Highway and Transportation Officers) full text resources through Knovel.
Also Known As
- Physical Chemical Properties for Biologists, Chemists and Engineers
Finding materials and places in Homer Babbidge Library and beyond
Please use these charts to locate the items.
Can't find the item you want?
If you still cannot find the item from the the library catalogue or database, you can try Document Delivery / Interlibrary Loan (DD/ILL) .
The Writing Center offers students the opportunity to work with trained tutors on a variety of writing projects, from course papers to resumes and business letters. If you need any help about your writing, please contact UConn Writing Center.
The libraries often provide the workshops(e.g. RefWorks, Locating Census 2010 Data using the NEW American FactFinder) to UConn faculty, staff or student. Find scheduled workshops here.
Located on Level 1 of the Homer Babbidge Library, The Learning Commons @ UConn offers a suite of services(e.g. Printing, Scanning and Copying), technologies, and study spaces to support collaborative and individual academic achievement.
Information for faculty:
The Library has a new Reserves system starting Summer, 2011. Information about the new reserves system is available in this guide. The actual reserves system is available here. Faculty will now fill out the reserve request form from within the Husky CT course site.
If you need any help about this purchase for a class, please contact course reserves, firstname.lastname@example.org