The Knowledge Centre forms part of the Faraday Centre - a comfortable, welcoming space designed for members' use.
Members can access a wealth of searchable information - in print and online - from our outstanding specialist engineering-related collections.
The IET Archives has moved to their new location at Savoy Hill House. A purpose-built repository housing core collections and the rare books libraries is now open to researchers.
Information on library membership, loans and renewals, the library bookshop, book reviews, and tours.
Due to an urgent system upgrade, the IET Library’s online catalogue is not currently available.
Members will be notified once the system goes live. For book loans and renewals please contact us. Members can still borrow books from the Knowledge Centre during this period. Apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.
Electronic books and journals: EBSCO, Engineering and IT Reference Library, Knovel and Wiley.
A free enquiry service, and document supply and interlibrary loans at charged rates.
A unique collection of material promoting and preserving the history of science, engineering and technology.
Search catalogue descriptions from deposited collections and IET records.
The exhibitions showcase images and stories from a number of popular topics using material from the Archives.
A wealth of biographical information on many eminent scientists and pioneers in the engineering profession.
A general overview on popular subjects and various sources available within the Archives collections to assist you with your research.