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Research Guide for Electrical and Computer Engineering.

ECE Databases, Hints, Services

For one-on-one in-depth and quick Library database search assistance (by email and/or in-person), and for customized group instruction which can be in your laboratory, conference room, or classroom, or in the Library's classroom:

     Contact  Bette Finn, ECE Subject Librarian, Georgia Tech Library
     Phone: 404-894-1790.  Email:

  • ECE Library Orientation and Database Classes are offered every semester. Contact for questions and to schedule additional class sessions (for conflicts, etc.).
  • For customized ECE instruction, demonstrations, or orientations, for lab groups, project groups or courses, contact . Group sessions can be in your lab, conference room or classroom, or in the Library's classroom.
  • One-on-one database search assistance on your specific research topics (in-depth and quick): contact Bette Finn ( For in-depth assistance, we will schedule a meeting to search the databases together on your topic.

  • Course Reserves  Professors can place materials (textbooks, recommended readings, etc.) on Course Reserves, to make them available to all students in their classes.

ECE Database List (Core and Related)

Core Databases

Related Databases (Alphabetical)

ECE Subject Guide

Bette Finn

ECE Subject Librarian

Georgia Tech Library


Phone: 404-894-1790

ECE students and faculty/staff: Please contact Bette Finn for one-on-one in-depth and quick database search assistance (by email or in-person), for library orientation classes, and for customized group instruction (in your laboratory, conference room or classroom, or in the Library's classroom).

Seminar Tues Oct 24, 5-6pm: Overview of Patent Filing. USPTO’s Patent Pro Bono Program

Intellectual Property Seminar Series: Overview of Patent Filing

Tue - Oct 24. 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM. Location: Wilby Room (Ground Floor). Register Now!

Filing a patent can be very expensive. Please join Mr. Grant Corboy, a patent attorney from the USPTO for a talk on how to obtain free legal assistance through a special program designed to help under-resourced inventors and small business.

Mr. Corboy will cover these topics:

  • How to apply to the USPTO’s Patent Pro Bono Program for help in preparing, filing and prosecuting your patent application
  • How to prepare a thorough provisional patent application
  • How to file an application efficiently

This seminar is a part of the Intellectural Property Seminar Series sponsored by Georgia Tech PTRC, Georgia Tech Library.

Light refreshments will be included.  Register Now!

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