Due to rising COVID-19 numbers, the Library will continue to provide remote services only during the 2020 Fall semester. The Library spaces will remain closed at this time…Learn More
We are still here for you!
Library Services on Campus are closed during the Covid-19 Event (this includes printing, computer usage, book checkout, and inter-library loans). For more information about Library Closings click here.
However, you can still receive reference help by using our Ask-A-Librarian webchat or emailing one of our Librarians. Tutoring is also completely online with a direct link in Blackboard. For technology help, see our schedule for Virtual Technology Chats, and stay tuned for Library Instruction Workshops coming soon.
Learning about electrical/electronics technology is a lifetime process.
New technology is being introduced all the time or you may want to work in an unfamiliar area.
"Another Mystery solved by John Anello:"
"I'm frequently asked how I can come to a shop and in just an hour or two solve problems that have eluded experienced technicians for days or even weeks. The key to my, or anyone's, success is to keep going to any training that's available. This makes it possible for you to understand the system that you're diagnosing so you can apply the logic that guides you to do the correct tests in the correct sequence. This leads to sucess.
Searching -- Selecting -- Evaluating
Keeping up with new information is very important, but it is just as important to verify any new information to ensure that it is valid. Maintain a healthy skepticism of anything written, displayed or spoken until you have confirmed it from other sources.