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Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology: Print and Database Resources

To support ECET students' study of the analysis and design of electronic circuits and systems as the primary substructure of today's electronic devices.

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Galileo (Trade Publications, Academic Journals, Magazines, Industry Reports, and Product Evaluations.)

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Using Galileo discover with the search terms listed below brings up literally thousands of hits. See search results for "electric circuit analysis." Now try "electrical circuits engineering."

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 want 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.)

Wherever you are searching for information, the list below provides other search terms that can be used to research the many facets of Electrical and Computer Engineering, whether you're searching  Galileo, the web, or other libraries.

  • Circuit analysis and design
  • Control systems
  • Electrical engineering
  • Electrical technologist
  • Electronic design and automation
  • Electronics
  • Electrotechnical engineering
  • Embedded systems
  • Integrated circuit layout
  • Power systems

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