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Welding Technology: Print and Online Resources

This guide was developed with the needs and interests of our welding program students in mind. We hope it not only supports the welding program's curriculum, but also supplements content with information that introduces new ideas, tools and organizations

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Finding Books in Primo

More print and online books can be found by searching the library catalog, Primo. Enter search terms in the box above. You can also access Galileo from this box. The Galileo search tems below can also be used to locate books in our online catalog, Primo.

E-Books You Can Read Online

To get a description of the books, place the cursor over the book title. To read the book, click on the title.

Welding Journal

Books You Can Borrow

These books can be found on the library shelves by using the call number. To get a description of the book, place the cursor over the book title.

Searching for Articles in Galileo

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  • Using Galileo discover with search term “welding” brings up literally thousands of hits. 

Note that after you retrieve the initial set of "hits" from your search, which might include literally thousands of titles, the smaller column on the left side of the screen contains several methods of further refining what you're looking for in terms of

  • Full text (not just a summary)
  • Date of publication (if using only current sources is important)
  • Type of publication (check the box next to magazines and compare those results to ones you get when you put a check in the scholarly journals box.)

Search suggestions: Other common welding search terms to use in Galileo, the Web and our  library catalog, Primo.

  • Stick Welding
  • TIG Welding
  • MIG Welding
  • Flux Cored Arc Welding



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