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Here are a few selected titles of books that you may find useful this semester. Please note that print books are likely to be found not in Lied Library (LLB), but in our Architecture Studies Library.
Click on the book title to access ebooks or to see the "call number" for library branch (Lied or Architecture) and alpha-numeric shelving location. Library staff will be happy to help you locate your materials, just ask anyone at our service desks (or Sue).
If you find that one you want to use is already checked out, please use InterLibrary Loanto request a copy from another library. This service is already paid for!
This lecture book is an introduction to project management. It will be of use for engineering students working on project design in all engineering disciplines and will also be of high value to practicing engineers in the work force. Few engineering programs prepare students in methods of project design and configuration management used within industry and government.This book emphasizes teams throughout and includes coverage of an introduction to projectmanagement, project definition, researching intellectual property (patent search), project scope, idealizing and conceptualizing a design, converting product requirements to engineering specifications, project integration, project communicationsmanagement, and conducting design reviews. The overall objectives of the book are for the readers to understand and manage their project by employing the good engineering practice used by medical and other industries in design and development of medical devices, engineered products and systems. The goal is for the engineer and student to work well on large projects requiring a team environment, and to effectively communicate technical matters in both written documents and oral presentations.