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Jay Bhatt

Jay Bhatt
Librarian for Engineering
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Hagerty Library, Room 132

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Engineering Management

  1. General Resources
  2. Finding Books
  3. Finding Articles
  4. Finding Electronic Books
  5. Reference Books
  6. Web Resources

General Resources

  • This page focuses on resources which have specific usefulness to the Engineering Management communities. However, many general, interdisciplinary engineering resources are useful for all engineers, regardless of their specialty. For general engineering resources, please see our Fundamentals of Engineering Research guide.
  • best resourceCheck out the Services for Distance Learners guide for special tips on doing research and obtaining books and articles from off-campus.
  • Business Research Guides A collection of research guides covering all aspects of business.

Finding Books

Finding Articles

  • best resourceEngineering Village — ELECTRONIC
    The combined Ei Compendex® & Inspec® databases allow for searching on a broad range of topics within the scientific, applied science, technical and engineering disciplines.
  • best resourceBusiness Source Premier -- ELECTRONIC This business database provides more than 7,800 full text scholarly publications, including more than 1,125 peer-reviewed journals.
  • best resourceProquest -- ELECTRONIC Proquest databases contain selected full-text content. The following databases, available through Proquest, provide business-focused resources: ABI/INFORM Dateline ABI/INFORM Global ABI/INFORM Trade & Industry
  • IEEE Xplore -- ELECTRONIC Provides full-text access to all IEEE transactions, journals, magazines and conference proceedings published since 1988 and all current IEEE standards.
  • Web of Science-- ELECTRONIC The Library’s premier journal article database, covering more than 8,000 international journals in the sciences, social sciences, and the arts and humanities. It is unique in that it provides searching by locating articles that cite other articles or authors.

Finding Electronic Books

  • ENGnetBASE -- ELECTRONIC Full-text of over 1000 engineering handbooks online. Browse the Engineering Management Category for subject-specific resources.
  • best resourceKnovel -- ELECTRONIC Online engineering reference with almost 2,000 reference materials, interactive graphs and equations, tables, and other useful information.
  • Referex Engineering -- ELECTRONIC A collection of over 300 engineering eBooks in 3 distinct collections: Electronics & Electrical, Chemical, Petrochemical & Process, and Materials & Mechanical.
  • ebrary and NetLibrary -- ELECTRONIC Two extensive electronic book collections that cover many disciplines.

Reference Books

  • best resourceISO 9000: 2000: An A-Z Guide -- ELECTRONIC & PRINT Hagerty 2nd Floor TS156.6 .H686 2003 see catalog Fully aligned with ISO 9000: 2000, it covers the development, implementation, and assessment of quality systems. Presented in an A-Z format, the author guides the reader through each of the topics in ISO 9001: 2000. Where terms are used within a requirement or recommendation, the relevant clause is quoted. Examples show how specific requirements can be implemented, and in most cases a sub-section is included that provides application guidance.
  • Engineering Procedures Handbook -- ELECTRONIC & PRINT Hagerty 2nd Floor TA190 .C62 1997 see catalog Includes 47 specially designed forms and with procedures that cover every major aspect of a comprehensive engineering documentation system.
  • Engineering and Technology Management Tools and Applications -- ELECTRONIC & PRINT Hagerty 2nd Floor TA190 .D47 2002 see catalog This text aims to provide engineers with an understanding of contemporary management concepts and their applications in a technical organization. It covers: product selection and management; engineering design and product costing; concurrent engineering; value management; configuration management; risk management; re-engineering strategies and benefits; managing creativity and innovation; information technology management; and software management.
  • best resourceBusiness: The Ultimate Resource -- ELECTRONIC Encyclopedic in scope, BUSINESS brings together reference data on a variety of business topics, including essays, biographies, and digests of some of the most important books on business practices.

Web Resources

  • best resourceThe Engineering Management Handbook -- WWW An on-going project of the American Society for Engineering Management.
  • Sample Business Plans -- WWW Free sample business plans online. These plans were submitted by MBA students around the world for a Business Plan competition at the University of Texas at Austin, and judged by investors.
  • Division of Science Resources Statistics -- WWW Publications, data, and analyses about the nation's science and engineering resources from the National Science Foundation.

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