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Electronic Engineering

Find Resources

Welcome to your online guide to finding resources for Electronics!

Choosing the right resources

As an Electronic Engineering student, you are expected to find and use high-quality literature. You'll need to use a range of different sources and demonstrate your ability to find good results. 

Reading lists

 

Online reading lists for each module you take may be available on the VLE.  Reading lists on Yorkshare link directly to YorSearch (the library catalogue)  

 

Where to find books

Most Electronic Engineering books are located on the third floor of the JB Morrell Library, in the U section. Materials relevant to Engineering Management and Music Technology are found, however, in several sections of the Library - always use YorSearch to find what you need.

Please note that this is not a comprehensive list of all subjects but a broad overview of the subject classification and shelf locations.

Click to reveal a list of shelf locations for Electronic Engineering

Free e-books

Accessing Electronics past exam papers

Digital versions of exam papers are available to University of York members via York Digital Library (YODL).

Go to http://dlib.york.ac.uk and log in (top right) using your University user name and password.

To find exam papers for Electronic Engineering use the Browse option in YODL, then scroll down the Collection list until you see Exam Papers. From here, select Electronics and you will find past papers from 2003 to 2016.

Find research papers

To start a more detailed search for research papers, you'll need to use online databases. These are collections of resources that allow you to search from multiple journals at the same time.