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Useful shelfmarks for finding books on engineering, electronics and materials are:
You find books recommended by your course tutors with Reading Lists Online.
If you want applied mathematics for a particular discipline, you can find it under the sheflmark for that area of mathematics.
So mathematics for engineering would be under 510, statistics for business would be under 519.5, and so on.
Useful shelfmarks for finding books on mathematics are:
Some publishers allow you to search their eBooks word-by-word: this is a much deeper search than Library Search, and will find material which Library Search misses.
We only have access to some eBooks from these services, so a few titles may be unavailable.
If there's a book which you need but which we don't have in stock, we can ask another library to loan you a copy, or to email you a copy of an individual chapter or section. This can be done through our document supply service.
If you think a book may be useful for other students or staff as well as yourself, you can also request that the Library buys a copy. We can't promise to buy everything, but will do what we can for feasible requests which are relevant to courses at Sheffield Hallam.