EngNetBase main catalog links broken – Fixed!

CRC has developed a new integrated interface called CRCnetBASE. Princeton’s engineering e-book collection from CRC, EngNetBase, is currently available on CRCNetBase. Unfortunately, links to EngNetBase books in the Princeton University Library Main Catalog were broken in the transition to the new interface.

We still have access to EngNetBase e-books. If you find a broken link for an e-book in the catalog with EngNetBase in the URL, please visit


and search for the title directly.

We apologize for any inconvenience this has caused and hope to have the links fixed as soon as possible.

March 9, 2010 Update: The Catalog links have been fixed!

You may now search for EngNetBase e-books in the Princeton University Libraries Main Catalog at http://catalog.princeton.edu or at CRCNetBase using the links above.

New IEEE Xplore

IEEE Xplore just rolled out their new web interface. Designed for more intuitive searching and advanced user features, the new IEEE Xplore now offers:

New Interface, New Search Tools, Better Results.

  • Spend less time researching with a powerful, new search engine
  • Find better information with faceted search results
  • Personalize your account with custom saved searches, RSS feeds and e-mail alerts

To learn more, you can visit IEEE Xplore or watch the video below.


Is There a Past in Your Future?

Is there a past in your future?
e-journals, libraries, scholarly communities, and safe havens for content
when everyone is getting digi with it

Friday February 26, 2010
10:00am to 4:00pm
A01 McDonnell Hall, Princeton University


  • Join us for a free, one-day forum for scholars, librarians and administrators from Princeton, Columbia and Penn
  • Explore the challenges in creating realistic strategies for long-term preservation of e-journals, with faculty and librarian panelists from the 3 universities
  • Learn more about current endeavors to provide a viable future for todayʹs e-resources, with presenters from LOCKSS, PORTICO, and HathiTrust


Keynote Speaker:
Anthony Grafton

Henry Putnam University Professor of History Princeton University

Sponsored by the Princeton University Library