The ASTM Digital Library, our source for current and historical ASTM Standards, has launched a new platform called ASTM Compass. The new platform features new tools including:
ASTM Compass continues to provide our users with access to the ASTM Special Technical Publication series, all ASTM Journals, the Dictionary of Engineering Terminology, and more.
Check it out at http://compass.astm.org.
SpringerMaterials is the world's largest research platform dedicated to information on materials, their properties and uses - providing access to curated data about 3000+ physical and chemical properties of 250,000+ materials and chemical systems. Periodic Table and Chemical Structure Search tools enable the researchers to search in an expansive way, and discover related materials for comparison.
Recently, the platform received a total overhaul to make the new site more nimble and user friendly. A series of new functionalities as well as new content have been added. Check it out at materials.springer.com.
MacBook Air laptops are now available for lending at the Engineering Library. Students may check out laptops for four hours plus one renewal - long enough to finish that paper, use for a class presentation, or watch a few movies!
Laptops run Windows or OSX and are loaded with the following software: Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe Creative Suite, Java, Flash, RealPlayer, QuickTime, Silverlight. Technical details, circulation information, and the library's device lending policies can be found on the Library FAQ.
Have you ever needed a chart or graph for your project to give it a little pizazz? Then, take a look at Statista!
Statista, a newly licensed statistical database, has a wealth of statistics on a variety of topics from the sciences to business, and more. For example, you can find charts on:
Statista is easy to search. It provides charts, graphs, tables, and infographics that you can download and use in your projects.
Take a look today!
For fall 2014, the Moffitt Library and Gardner (Main) Stacks will remain open continuously for a 24-hour study hall beginning at 9 a.m. on Monday, December 8 and ending at 10 p.m. on Friday, December 19. The Moffitt Computer Facility and the Free Speech Movement Café will also be open round the clock for that period.
The science and engineering libraries will maintain their normal hours during finals. For current schedules of all libraries on campus, see our Library Hours.