The Gemmill Engineering, Math & Physics Library is available to help Colorado Mesa University / CU Boulder Mechanical Engineering Students find information for their projects with engineering specific resources and librarians to help you succeed.
Emily Dommermuth and Rachel Knapp are the Engineering Liaison Librarians, and available to answer all of your library and research related questions including:
Find out how to get in touch with us in the boxes to the right. We are is available to meet one-on-one over the phone or through web conferencing, just schedule a research consultation.
As a 3rd and 4th year student, you will be enrolled at CU Boulder and will have access to all of the CU Boulder Libraries online resources, including ebook, electronic articles, and many other electronic resources. To access all of these resources, start on the libraries' homepage:
The homepage has a big search box called OneSearch, which searches most of the libraries content. Through OneSearch, you can find books and ebooks, journal articles, conference proceedings, standards, and more. When you want the full text of an ebook or article, you'll need to type in your identikey and password, and then you can read the ebook or article.
For print books, if you find one that you want when searching OneSearch, check Tomlinson Library's catalog for the book first. If the print book you are looking for is not available through Tomlinson Library, you can request it from libraries' across Colorado and Wyoming (including CU Boulder!) through Prospector.
The research guides below will help you do research in specific areas of engineering and computer science. These guides will help you find a variety of kinds of information, and help you cite your sources.