The IET Library was founded in 1880 and contains a world-class collection of digital and printed resources on all areas of engineering and technology.
The IET Archives collects and preserves the IET's records since its foundation in 1871, also holding collections related to the history of science, engineering and technology (SET) since the 14th century.
Information on all library services including, how to become a library only member, latest news and book stock reviews.
Search for books and journals in our library stock. Members must be logged in to the website to request and reserve books. Use the My Stuff link to renew your books.
Technical and business information provided to you by our Information Officers. Preferential rates for members.
Provides copies of articles at a charged rate. An inter-library loan service is also available to members and other UK libraries.
How to use the library loan service, includes how to request, reserve, return and renew books from the library.
A unique collection of material promoting and preserving the history of science, engineering and technology.
Search catalogue descriptions from deposited collections and IET records.
Information on the history of the IET Library and Archives, its foundation and collections.
A general overview on popular subjects and various sources available within the Archives collections to assist you with your research.
A wealth of biographical information on many eminent scientists and pioneers in the engineering profession.
Highlights from the collections relating to the history and development of science, engineering and technology.
Opening hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm.
Open to members and the general public.
The Library will be closed for staff training on 12 June 2013
Library Tel: +44(0)20 7344 5461
Archives Tel: +44(0)20 7344 8407
Non-members can gain access to library services including book loans, by becoming a library only member for a small charge.