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Come Check Out The Engineering Library

You’ve probably been in Carlson Library at some time, to study, meet friends or to get help with research. But did you know there are other libraries on campus? In Palmer Hall on the southeast corner of campus is The Harold and Helen McMaster Engineering Library. There you can find computers, board games, tables for group and quiet study, and engineering-related books. You can also get help from a librarian. Stop by with your questions or make an appointment. Email questions are welcome as well. The Engineering Library isn’t as big or centrally-located  as Carlson Library but worth a visit. You can “like” the McMaster Engineering Library on Facebook or follow us on Twitter (McMaster Library@UT) to get news about the Library and Library events.

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is an Associate Professor and Engineering Librarian. He runs the McMaster Engineering Library in Palmer Hall, creates Web-based instructional materials, guides and tutorials, and works with College of Engineering faculty to develop innovative strategies to teach information literacy skills. He has a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from the University of Toledo and a Master of Arts in Library Science from the University of Michigan.
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