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Mechanical Engineering: Books, Guides & Web Sites

Last Updated: Sep 4, 2019 4:01 PM

ME Theses

These are just a few examples of theses written by graduates of the ME Deparment.  Print copies of theses are kept in library storage.  Electronic copies are in RIT Scholarworks and ProQuest Dissertations and Theses database.

To see a listing of all the theses from the library catalog click here.


Writing in Engineering and Science

by Linette Koren 
This guide lists print and electronic books that will help engineers and scientists with their writing.

Information & Services for Graduate Students 

by Roman Koshykar 
This guide provides one place for graduate students to locate information on research, training opportunities, thesis & dissertation support, and much more.

Using the RIT Library

by Circulation Desk 
General information about using the library at the Wallace Center.

Citation Guides - Temporary Page

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Theses and Dissertation Databases and Web Sites

by Linette Koren - Last Updated Mar 20, 2014  378 views this year
This page lists databases and web sites that graduate students need to search to make sure that no one else has already written on their selected thesis/dissertation topic.


by Linette Koren 
A guide that explains what standards are, how to identify needed standards, how to acquire them and more. You may need to use this guide in conjunction with the guide on locating and obtaining codes.

Graduate Workshop

by Linette Koren
This guide contains materials discussed in Graduate Student Workshops held in Spring Quarter 2013 and Fall Semester 2013.

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