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Referencing Style

The MU Department of Electronic Engineering advises that you consult with your Handbook in relation to using a Referencing Style.


Disclaimer: Your first port of call for Referencing guidance should be your Department's handbook.

But you can check out our Referencing guide for help laying out your references.

Welcome to the Electronic Engineering Subject Guide

In this online guide for Electronic Engineering, we have gathered together important information on:

  • Books & eBooks provided by Maynooth University Library for your studies.
  • Our most recommended Journals & Databases for studying Electronic Engineering.
  • Some useful Online Resources related to Electronic Engineering that the Library has selected for you.
  • Short Tutorials & Quizzes designed by the Library to help you practice key skills.
  • Top Tips for studying Electronic Engineering from the Library.
  • The Referencing Style for the Department of Electronic Engineering.

Use our contact form on the left if you have difficulty finding the information you need.

Make sure you also view our Successful Searching Guide for help finding what you need.

If you are a postgraduate researcher or academic, our dedicated Research Support Librarian can help you to maximise the impact of your research.

Using Maynooth LibrarySearch

Using LibrarySearch:

LibrarySearch allows you to explore and locate books, articles, databases, DVDs and more at Maynooth University Library in one place. Further advice on using LibrarySearch is available from our Successful Searching guide.

Enter some keywords into the search box below to begin.

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