QA 75.5 - 76.95 Electronic Computers. Computer Science
TK 1 - 9971 Electrical engineering, Electronics & Computer engineering
TK 301 - 399 Electric meters
TK 452 - 454.4 Electric circuits
TK 1001 - 1841 Power plants
TK 2000 - 2891 Dynamoelectric machinery
TK 2896 - 2985 Production of electricity by direct energy conversion
TK 3001 - 3521 Transmission of electric power
TK 4001 - 4102 Applications of electric power
TK 4125 - 4399 Electric lighting
TK 4001 - 4102 Electric heating
TK 4125 - 4399 Telecommunications
TK 7800 - 8360 Electronics
TK 9001 - 9401 Nuclear engineering. Atomic power
Searching the catalogue is one way to find books, handbooks, dictionaries and encyclopedias. You can access LibrarySearch from the Engineering & Computer Science Library's homepage.
Some possible keywords related to Electrical and Computer Engineering are:
If you need a book or article not available in print or online through the University of Toronto, feel free to use our Interlibrary Loan services, RACER, to request the item from another library.
The Engineering and Computer Science Library uses the Library of Congress system for shelving and cataloguing which may be unfamiliar with some patrons. We have provided an example below so that you can navigate our shelves with greater ease.
Books in our library may be categorized as Stacks (can be checked out) or Reference (for library use only)
The Classification sorts books by similar subjects, read this line in alphabetical order: A, B... T, TA...
This line is also related to the Classification of the book, read this line as a whole number: 1, 2... 150, 151...
The Cutter sorts books by Author name, read this line alphabetically then as a decimal: .A1, B2... .S78, .S8...
The Date refers normally to the publication date and is arranged chronologically: 2001, 2002... 2004...
When should I use handbooks or manuals?
When should I use dictionaries?
When should I use encyclopedias?
University of Toronto Libraries
130 St. George St.,Toronto, ON, M5S 1A5
About web accessibility. Tell us about a web accessibility problem.
About online privacy and data collection.
© University of Toronto. All rights reserved. Terms and conditions.