BIBLIOGRAPHIC COLLECTION Most of the Design Engineering collections are freely accessible. They are organised by subject and contains the necessary specialised bibliography necessary for the degrees taught in this school. Each group of subjects is assigned a bookcase (shelf or set of shelves in which books of the same subject are arranged)
The key piece of information to locate a book is the code called "signature". It provides information on the library, the bookcase and the sequential order of the book in the bookcase, for example P 3-57/254:
The Library has two storerooms and other closed access rooms, where Final Degree Projects, Old Books, Bulletins, part of our Newspaper Archive (free access only for the last 5 years) and the donation from Professor Pedro Coca are stored. The whole collection can be located through Polibuscador. You may check the documents that are not in the library through the reservations or by asking at the desk.
At the moment, our bibliographical collection consists of around 30,000 monographs..
Reference documents (dictionaries, glossaries, encyclopaedias...), corresponding to cupboard O-G are excluded from the loan services and are only allowed to be used in the library. .
Remember that to locate the information you need you can check Polibuscador from any Library computer.
Check out the layout of the bookcases.
The Library has some of the FDPs submitted at this School. Academic papers can be located by checking Polibuscador, narrowing the search to academic papers.
For the consultation of projects submitted in paper or CD format before 2012, please contact the desk. .
• From 2012 onwards all academic papers can be found online in RiuNet
The Design Engineering Library holds a small newspaper archive in which the collections of the University's journals, both subscriptions and donations, are stored.
There are currently about 68 journal issues.
The journals' catalogue can be checked from PoliBuscador, narrowing the search by journals.
Polibuscador is the bibliographic search engine of the UPV. With the use of natural language and a Google-like search method, PoliBuscador helps you find information. From a single search box, PoliBuscador gives you access to multiple resources: UPV Catalogue, RiuNet (UPV's Institutional Repository), Primo Central, databases, etc...
PoliBuscador is now also the interface of the library's personalised services, which allows you to: renew loans, reserve documents on loan, request the purchase of new copies...