This guide will help you find books, videos, articles and websites about Manufacturing. Use the menus on your right to start searching for different types of materials.
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The best way to start searching the Library catalog is to do a keyword search for words that describe your topic. Try to choose specific keywords. You may need to experiment with keywords to find ones that work for your topic. Once you find some items, you can use subject headings to find other items that cover the same topic.
Use these call number ranges to browse the General Collection and the Reference Collection.
|HD 9720 - HD / TS 1 - TS 2301||General Manufacturing|
|TS 155 - TS 184||Manufacturing Processes|
|TP 155 - TP 156 / TS 155 - TS 156||Process Control|
|TJ 223 .P73||Programmable Controllers|
There are encyclopedias, handbooks and dictionaries in the Library collection or available electronically to use for a quick look up. Reference materials are not typically something you sit down and read cover to cover. Here is a selection:
The library is part of a consortium of academic libraries known as I-Share. As COD students, you can request items from other libraries online by creating an I-Share account. For more information, visit our I-Share Information Web Page. Note: I-Share is temporarily unavailable due to COVID-19 library closures.