The College of Engineering and Technology Library, or the central library, in Abu-Quir campus, consists of three floors, comprising a selected collection of books and references in both the engineering and maritime fields, serving the courses and research work which takes place at the College of Engineering and Technology. The Main Library comprises a selected collection of books and references in different engineering specializations, in addition to Periodicals, Dissertations, Projects, Online Databases, and Databases on CD-ROM.
The Main Library building consists of 3 floors. The building has undergone a development process that added to the pre-established facilities. The Library can host (300) users at the same time.
- The first floor comprises the references, periodicals, projects and dissertations. It also comprises an Internet lab for users to retrieve information from the Internet, OPAC, and Online databases subscribed to by the Library. The lab can serve (10) users at the same time.
- The second floor comprises English books in the fields of: Mechanical, Marine, Construction, and Industrial Engineering. A computer lab with (10) terminals is also available, in addition to a photocopy unit.
- The third floor comprises English and Arabic books. English books are in the fields of: Computer, Electrical, and Electronic Engineering and Basic & Applied Science. It also comprises a silent area that can host (15) users at the same time, in addition to a photocopy unit.
Users can browse the Internet and the Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC) of the Library. They can also scan and save or print images from books or periodicals available in the library
The Main Library comprises a selected collection of books and references in different engineering specializations. Its collection consists of (20000) titles, (80) Periodicals, (130) Online Journals, (362) Dissertations, and (413) Projects, In addition to Databases, electronic encyclopaedias and dictionaries on CD-ROM. All dissertations are available in both hard copy form and on CD-ROM, which is considered the start of the digital library.