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Engineering Partnership Programs: Colorado Mesa and Western Colorado Universities: Home


The CU Boulder University Libraries are available to help students in the Engineering Partnership Programs at Colorado Mesa University and Western Colorado University find information for their projects with engineering specific resources and librarians to help you succeed.  

Engineering Librarian Emily Dommermuth and Computer Science Librarian Liz Novosel are available to answer all of your library and research related questions including:

  • How to find a specific book, article, or standard
  • How to research a topic, to improve your design projects
  • Citing sources, creating bibliographies, and managing citations

Email us or schedule a one-on-one research consultation with us via Zoom.   

Using the CU Boulder Libraries

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 ebooks, electronic articles, and many other electronic resources.  To access all of these resources, start on the CU Boulder University 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.  

Working Off-Campus

Begin from the libraries homepage. Click on a library database or resource, follow the log-in screen instructions.

Access licensed resources  with your

identikey username and password.


Consider downloading a browser plugin for quick access to CU Library resources, wherever you are on the web.

Learn more about off-campus access.

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