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Automotive Engineering

New Books

We're always getting new and interesting titles in print and electronic formats, so keep an eye on this space!

A list of new books can be viewed here.

Why Use Books?

Use books for:

  • getting an overview or background information on a topic
  • accessing things like formulas, tables, calculations, and chemical/material properties
  • putting your ideas into context

Advantages:

  • has a wide variety of information (views on a theme, overviews, historical data)
  • has a table of contents and/or index/glossary for easy navigation

Disadvantages:

  • may not be most current source on a topic (since publication can take years)

Within the book category, there are regular books (on the left) and reference books (on the right). Reference books give broader information, helping to clarify concepts and keywords. Reference books include dictionaries, encyclopaedies, handbooks, manuals, and textbooks.

eBook Collections

View all e-book collections here.

Reference Books (Online)

Reference Books (Print)

Check the catalogue for availability and location. 

Use ACE To Find Alternate Format Books

The Accessible Content E-Portal (ACE) provides alternate formats (PDFs, Daisy, ePub and plain text) for print books in the Library collection.

Who can use ACE? Any library user with a documented print disability that is registered with Ontario Tech University's Student Accessibility Services office.

How to use ACE? Contact library.accessibility@uoit.ca to receive an ACE token. Once you have your token:

If you have any questions or if the book you need is not available, please contact library.accessibility@uoit.ca for assistance. Note: the digitization request service is suspended during the COVID-19 campus closure.

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