Hunt Library subscribes to more than 100 research databases providing online access to electronic journals, ebooks, newsletters, technical reports, proceedings, documents, and streaming videos supporting the curriculum.
Our physical collection of curriculum-supporting material includes journals, technical reports, books, and videos.
We also have a small leisure collection of best-selling books and popular magazines.
Research databases cover aerospace & aviation, business & economics, education, engineering & technology, general topics, health & medicine, human factors & psychology, humanities & communication, languages, law & government, science, security & international relations, testing resources, and transportation.
The Hunt Library subscribes to over 5,000 online journals spanning a wide range of subject matter. Our library databases offer thousands of additional journal titles for researchers.
This collection includes NTSB and non-NTSB Accident Reports. It also contains Air Carrier Statistics (see below), Airport Activity Statistics, ASASA Digital Library, FAA Aviation/Aerospace Medicine Reports, and Human Factors in Aviation Maintenance & Inspection (HFAMI) Research Program documents.
This collection consists of Air Carrier Financial Statistics, Air Carrier Traffic Statistics, Air Carrier Industry Scheduled Service, and relevant definitions.
Periodicals include titles in every core discipline including specialized journals such as:
Aircraft manuals include:
Flight/pilot’s operating/operations/maintenance manuals or handbooks for both large and small aircraft from manufacturers such as Airbus, Boeing, Cessna, McDonnell-Douglas, and Piper.
Conference proceedings include:
Theses and Dissertations
Leisure reading includes:
Textbooks and other Course Reserve materials at the BORROW Desk give access to professor-supplied supplemental course materials and a limited number of course textbooks.
The print Reference Collection contains unique items not found in most libraries such as:
The Special Collection houses many primary source and unique items, such as a telegram from Orville Wright, an autographed copy of 20 hrs. 40 min.: Our Flight in the Friendship -- by Amelia Earhart, and the original accident investigation report of the 1937 Hindenburg disaster.