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Last Updated: Aug 18, 2014 URL: http://guides.uflib.ufl.edu/enc3246 Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Getting full text

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Every department at UF has a librarian subject specialist. For help with your engineering research, contact the engineering librarian for your subject.

 

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Finding technical definitions

OED (Oxford English Dictionary) considers itself the "definitive record of the English language." Entries include definitions, history, origin (etymology), and quotations from real use. Includes classic, current, specialized, and technical terms.

Springer Exemplar shows how a term or phrase is currently used in research articles and books published by Springer.

For dictionaries in specialized engineering or technical areas, check the other Subject Guides.

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MSL Webpage Orientation

Marston Science Library Portal: www.uflib.ufl.edu/msl

Science Library Homepage

1. Under My Account you can access library services including Off Campus Access

2. Look for specfic databases, call number ranges, and books for your major by browsing the Engineering Subject Guides

3.  Access the ENC3254 Course Guide from the Science Library Website

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