We are pleased to announce that the Neiman Library of Exact Sciences and Engineering offers you access to the Engineering and IT Reference Library of Books24x7 e-book collections. The collections are available at: http://library.books24x7.com.
Please note that to access this collection you need to provide login and password. Your computer's IP must belong to the TAU IP range (alternatively you can be using TAU remote access). You also need to provide an email address from the TAU domain. For detailed information, see the attached guide.
1. EngineeringPro is an engineering professional collection of 1,885 available titles 359 items coming soon from such major publishers as John Wiley & Sons, Springer, Elsevier Science & Technology, Artech House, Cambridge University Press, AIAA, IET, IEEE Press, and many others.
2. ITPro is a collection of 8,704 available titles and 702 items coming soon covering subjects such as C#, Java, SOA, SQL, AJAX, UML, Linux, A+ certification, Microsoft(r) Virtual Server, data mining, web services, and much more.
Among the titles in these collections are:
- Introduction to Algorithms, Second edition by Thomas H. Cormen
- Introduction to Numerical Analysis Using MATLAB by Rizwan Butt
- Computer Networks by Peterson, Larry L. 4th Edition
- Computer organization and design: The Hardware/Software Interface by Patterson, David A 4th Edition
Users of Books24x7 e-book collections can search across text as well as browse by topic and individual title. Most titles and chapters are currently not available for download due to publisher copyright restrictions. However, select publishers do allow downloads. When viewing titles which offer chapter level in PDFs, the download browse tool appears only when viewing a chapter.
Attached are a guide on accessing the 24x7 books and a quick reference guide which explains how to use this platform.
Very important: Please note that our access is restricted to 2 simultaneous users only. Don’t forget to log out when you finished using the site.
The library hopes that this new e-books package will be an efficient tool in your research and teaching activities. Should you require additional assistance related to the use of this package or any other resource provided by the library, please contact the Reference by telephone 03-6408160 / E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or send your questions in real-time from the library’s homepage