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Why use the library?
When working on a project, paper or thesis, you need to perform library research in order to:
- review what is known about a given topic, phenomenon or problem so that you can place your own contribution in context
- locate specific information needed to successfully make your argument, carry out an experiment, or solve a problem
Before you begin your research, you should ask yourself some questions to help you narrow your search parameters:
The resources listed under various subjects and research tools on the Library's website will give you an idea of where to start. Consult Willow Dressel (email@example.com) or Gabriella Karl-Johnson (gjk@exchange.Princeton.EDU), Architecture Librarian, if you are not sure which resources are best for your research and whether they are available in electronic format.
Subjects: Aerospace Engineering
, Biological Engineering
, Chemical Engineering
, Civil Engineering
, Computer Science
, Electrical and Computer Engineering
, Electrical Engineering
, Engineering & Technology
, Environmental Engineering
, Financial Engineering
, General Engineering
, Materials Science
, Mechanical Engineering
, Operations Research