QUAKELINE is a bibliographic database covering information on earthquakes, earthquake engineering, natural hazard and disaster mitigation, and related topics
Queen's University engineering librarian Michael White runs The Patent Librarian's Notebook, a very important resource for anyone interested in finding and making sense of patent information.
Ed Eckel from Westerm Michig
SPIE Reviews is a peer-reviewed, open access journal that publishes invited review articles covering the state of the art of emerging and rapidly evolving optics and photonics technologies and their applications.
Having a hard time finding engineering resources on the library website?
To find books on a particular topic, search in our online catalog using 'Advanced Keyword Searching 'feature and using appropriate keyword representing that topic. Once you find a book, follow the link 'Distance Learners: How do I obtain articles or books from the Library?'
to receive print books. Electronic books can be accessed by using your Drexel email ID and password.
- Supply Chain
- Customer Relationship and Management
- Supply Chain and Inventory
- Electronic Sourcing
- Contracting Out
- Supply and Demand
Keeping current with new resources using different tools
IEEE Humanity Technology Challenge
IEEE Presidents' Change the World Competition
BP has transformed from a local oil company into a global energy group; employing over 96,000 people and operating in over 100 countries worldwide. Very useful reports are available from BP's Reports and Publications web site.