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Bibliographic Collection:

The collection of the ETSI Industrial Library includes the Recommended Bibliography documents of the School's degrees, specialized monographs for the development of teaching and research in Industrial Engineering, language learning books, reference works, Final Degree Projects, etc. All this material can be located through PoliBuscador.

Although documents can be borrowed from any UPV library, a search can only be made in the Industrial Library collection, filtering in PoliBuscador, by Catalog> Industrial Library

The bibliographic collection is arranged by subject. Each group of subjects is assigned a cupboard (shelf or set of shelves in which books of the same subject are arranged). The order of the books inside each cupboard follows the currens number sequence. Each cupboard has a separate sequence.

Information on the cupboard which make up the collection can be found on the following link.

Final Degree Projects: These papers are for consultation only, they cannot be lent or photocopied. All information about Final Degree Projects can be found in the following section.

Items location within the Library:

In order to find the necessary information, access PoliBuscador and narrow down your search using the catalogue filter from the library computers or from an external computer, through the Internet. Once you have found a book, you must learn its signature (consisting of a letter that identifies the specific library – the letter I in the case of the Industrial Engineering School – the cupboard, and the order number inside the cupboard) in order to locate it in the library.

Most of the collection can be found on the shelves at the entrance of the library (next to the general access computers).

    Digital Library in PoliBuscador:

    From PoliBuscador you can simultaneously locate paper documents, which are found in the UPV Libraries, as well as different articles, journals, books, final degree projects, etc. electronic, that are subscribed to full text or that are freely accessible on the Internet.

    To search only in the electronic collection, from PoliBuscador you can filter by Digital Library. Furthermore, from outside the UPV, all these resources can be accessed by installing the VPN

    The electronic collection consists of:

    Electronic Books: We have access to electronic books from different portals, more intended for study, such as ODILO, Dawsonera or IngebooK, as more research-oriented portals, such as SpringerLink or ScienteDirect, for more information on the operation of each portal, you can consult the following Library Guide.

    Electronic Journals: It can be found alphabetically, by title or ISSN thouhg the following search form.Also here we have the list of e-journals specialized in Engineering.

    DataBases: From PoliBuscador, Databases, yoy can see the list of Databases to which the library have Access, being able to filter by subject. Noteworthy is the database of:

    • Aernormas: which allows full text access to all UNE standards

    • IEEE Xplore: specialized in electrical and electronic engineering

    • Visible Body: a resource specialized in Anatomy, very useful for studying Biomedical Engineering.

    • SCOPUS: A multidisciplinary resource that allows you to locate article references, through the citations they have received.

    • Web Of Science: Another multidisciplinary database that uses bibliographic citations to locate references of interest.

    Riunet: It is the UPV institutional repository, within it, we can find documents in open (full text) or closed (without access to content). Among other things, we can find:.


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