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Professional Master's in Applied Systems Engineering (PMASE) program: Books

Georgia Tech Library resources for the Professional Master's in Applied Systems Engineering (PMASE) program

Books

Catalog contains books, journals, conference proceedings, maps, and other materials owned by the Georgia Tech Library. Georgia Tech Library.

List of electronic books (handbooks, reference books, etc.) in the Catalog or in the Databases list. Includes GT subscriptions to Knovel Library, AccessEngineering, AccessScience, Taylor & Francis Engineering, and Technology Collection and large numbers of electronic and print books in the Catalog. E-book collections

When registering, choose "Status" -- "Distance Ed" and also "Department" -- "Distance Other"
Distance learning - request form for book loans (delivery U.S. only) and PDFs of articles.
See "Other Distance Learners:" at https://www.library.gatech.edu/distance-learners
Interlibrary loan office: delivery@library.gatech.edu or 404-894-3989

World's most comprehensive collection of bibliographic records from library catalogs worldwide, containing over 52 million records cataloged by OCLC member libraries. Includes books, manuscripts, websites and internet resources, newspapers, journals and magazines (not articles), etc.. Includes records representing 400 languages. approx. 1000 A.D. to present

Recalls are possible for checked-out books. All items can be subject to recall; the borrower is guaranteed 21 total days with items. Recalled items which are needed for Course Reserves must be returned immediately. For questions regarding Recalls, contact Library public services (Info Desk, circulation) at customersupport@library.gatech.edu or phone 404-894-4500 (toll free 1-888-225-7804).

Instructors can place materials on Course Reserves, to make them available to all students in their classes.