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Mechanical engineering

Liaison librarian

  • Tara [dot] Mawhinney [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Email) 514-398-4764
  • McGill users only
  • Open access resource
  • Free resource
  • In-library-use only
  • Catalogue record

Course guides for Mechanical Engineering

Background Information

For background information and fact-checking, look it up in a dictionary, encyclopedia or handbook.

Article and Research Databases

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Additional Databases

Citation Databases

Full-text Sources


  • You can download EndNote citation management software for free. With this software you can get references directly from many databases, such as Web of Science.
  • EndNote can automate the formatting of your references in ASME style using the ASME output style modified from http://journaltool.asme.org/content/authorresources.cfm.  For Windows: Open and save the .ens file in C:\Program files\EndNote\Styles.
    For Macs: Open and save the .ens file in Applications:EndNote:Styles.
  • Please note, use Firefox as your browser for best results when using EndNote on a Mac.
  • EndNote Web is now available at McGill University. To access EndNote Web you need to create a personal account. You may sign up for an account with your McGill email address at www.myendnoteweb.com.
  • There are library workshops given on how to use this software effectively.
  • Detailed step-by-step Guide to Using EndNote (.pdf)

Mechanical Engineering Resources on the Internet

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