From Construction Management to Civil engineering to Electronic and Electrical Engineering to CAD and Mechanical Engineering – the Guides have you covered. The systems we use to stay interconnected are constantly evolving – stay connected with Library resources to get the most out of your time with RRC.
Find the ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY guides here:
- Go to library.rrc.ca
- Click on “Your GUIDE is ready“
- Select the subject box – ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY – to see all the guides on this subject
- Click the desired guide and you have a great starting point.
Guides in this collection include:
- Civil Engineering (https://rrclibrary.libguides.com/civil_engineering)
- Construction Management (https://rrclibrary.libguides.com/construction)
- Electrical Engineering Technology (https://rrclibrary.libguides.com/electrical)
- Electronic Engineering Technology (https://rrclibrary.libguides.com/electronics)
- Mechanical Engineering (https://rrclibrary.libguides.com/MechanicalEngineering)
Related guides of interest
- Computer-Aided Design/Computer-Aided Manufacture (CAD/CAM) (https://rrclibrary.libguides.com/CAD)
- National Research Council Building Codes (Database Instruction) (https://rrclibrary.libguides.com/NRC)
- ASHRAE Standards (Database Instruction) (https://rrclibrary.libguides.com/ASHRAE)
- Knovel (database instruction) (https://rrclibrary.libguides.com/knovel)
What is a Guide?
Guides are curated web pages created by our library staff. Many people who are starting to explore a topic aren’t sure where to start – there are so many options and it can be overwhelming.
Guides are a starting spot for students looking for more information on a particular topic in the collection. A guide will typically include featured books and journals (both print and electronic), databases, Videos (DVDs and streaming) and websites. They may also include specialized information specific to the topic (i.e. WHIMIS or resources specific to an assignment).
Do not hesitate to contact guide owners (information is on the guide) if you have any suggestions to improve this guide (content or special interest areas) or stop by the library – we would love to hear from you. If you would like to see a specific guide for a particular topic please let us know.
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