Big changes for McGraw-Hill Digital Engineering Library

Mar 6, 2009 by

McGraw-Hill announced a major revision of its Digital Engineering Library. The new site will be called AccessEngineering and the URL (http://accessengineeringlibrary.com) will be activated March 9th 2009.

The new site will offer new features and enhancements, including:

  • New graphical user interface: state-of-the art functionality streamlines access to content and reader
  • New taxonomy book view: the website is now book-centric with faster title-by-title access to our premiere engineering collection
  • Improved Advanced Search: faster search and access to more accurate content that saves time and delivers exact results
  • McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Engineering embedded on all search pages: search and generate results from the world-renowned McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Engineering, which contains more than 18,000 entries containing synonyms, acronyms, abbreviations, and a pronunciation guide are included for each term.

Unfortunately, no FAQ or advance views are available before March 9th.

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