GUIDE TO ACCESSING JKUAT E-BOOKS

Within JKUAT network i.e using university network Ebrary e-books Go to the library website by searching for JKUAT library or by clicking here Click on the Electronic Resources link on the menu bar at the top of the website. Select Electronic Books from the drop down menu on this link. This gives you a list of electronic books. Click on ebrary Search for your topic. Click on the link written table of contents that is given under each title information on the results page. This displays a link to the different chapters. To download the… Continue reading →

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQS)

What are the settings for the wireless internet? The library wireless internet is open. This means that you do not need settings to access the wireless internet. Your browser picks the wireless automatically. However, if your laptop does not pick the wireless automatically, seek assistance from the Library Systems Section. How can access the electronic journals in the library? Google for JKUAT Library website or  click here Click on the link to Electronic Resources found on the menu bar. This will give you a drop down menu of books and journals. Clicking on either of… Continue reading →

ACCESS TO JOURNAL DATABASES COVERING ENGINEERING

JKUAT now has access to IEEE content through the IEEE/IET Electronic Library. IEEE contains almost one-third of the world’s current literature in electrical engineering, communications, and computer science. The database covers Aerospace, Bioengineering, Communication, Networking & Broadcasting, Components, Circuits, Devices & Systems, Computing & Processing, Engineered Materials, Dielectrics & Plasmas, Fields, Waves & Electromagnetics, Geoscience, Photonics & Electro-Optics, Power, Energy, & Industry Applications, Robotics & Control Systems, Signal Processing & Analysis Other databases covering Engineering are: Taylor and Francis, JSTOR, Wiley, Oxford University Press, Springer, Sage Journals, Emerald and Cambridge University Press Please note that… Continue reading →