Engineering Library

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Engineering Library

900 N 16 St., W204 Nebraska Hall
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Lincoln, NE 68588-0516
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Ted Naylor, Librarian


Nicole Laughlin, Library Associate


Highlighted Databases Just a sampling of the over 250 sources you can search for materials.


Engineering Village/Compendex icon to visit site 1000s of articles from U.S. and international engineering and technology journals, conference papers and trade publications.

Civil Engineering

American Society of Civil Engineering (ASCE) Library icon to visit site80,000 full-text journal articles and papers from ASCE journals and conference proceedings across all disciplines of civil engineering.

Electrical / Electronics

Institute Of Electrical & Electronics Engineers icon to visit siteIEEE/IEE Xplore Digital Library provides full-text access to transactions, journals, magazines, and conference proceedings published since 1988, and all current standards.


Transportation Research International Documentation (TRID) icon to visit site Over 900,000 records to books, technical reports, conference proceedings, and journal articles in all modes, disciplines and research of transportation.

Rooms are available for every type of study situation.

Study Areas

  • Burns & McDonnell study room
  • Olsson & Associates study room
  • 3 additional study rooms north of the Library
  • over 10 large tables and 8 individual carrels
  • general seating throughout with access to mobile and stationary whiteboards

Computers are available at the Engineering Library.



Desktop computers are available to search the University Libraries' catalog, databases, and other resources.

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Print, Copy & Scan

  • INK is University's campus-wide print, copy, and scan solution.
  • Free scanning is available at INK kiosks, and at some desktop computers.

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Patent & Trademark Location Update

The US Patent and Trademark Resource Center will be moving to the College of Law Library as part of the Weibling Entrepreneurship Clinic.

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United States Patent and Trademark Resource Center (PTRC)

We're part of a nationwide network of public, state, and academic libraries designated by the USPTO to support the public with trademark and patent assistance.

Patenting an invention and trademarking a product name can be challenging. We are information experts trained on how to use search tools to access patent and trademark information.