Important News for McGraw-Hill Digital Engineering Library Customers

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Important news for McGraw-Hill Digital Engineering Library customers

McGraw-Hill is pleased to announce the pending launch of AccessEngineering, a major redesign of the online engineering resource now known as McGraw-Hill's Digital Engineering Library. AccessEngineering's new user focused design enhances this dynamic source of engineering content, and will support all levels of scientific and technical research in the corporate, industrial, government and academic sectors.

The new URL for AccessEngineering will be active on March 9:


As part of our ongoing effort to aid researchers and professionals by providing more efficient search capabilities and new options, the AccessEngineering team interviewed both users and librarians and incorporated the enhancements to site design and functionality most often requested. The new site offers many 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.

Subscriber Information

Access for current subscribers will be migrated from the Digital Engineering Library to AccessEngineering on March 9, 2009. With the AccessEngineering migration, you will experience no change in your service or authentication and no action is required on behalf of the library during our migration.

More Information

We have prepared a new AccessEngineering FAQ to answer all of your technical and content questions.

View the AccessEngineering FAQ in the Help section of AccessEngineering starting on March 9:

If you have additional questions, please contact your sales representative at 1-877-840-2297:
U.S. Customers - Zach Bishard, extension 4 or

Customer Service at 1-888-307-5984 or via e-mail at

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