AIME Digital Library
The AIME digital library contains nearly 550 historical technical documents that were converted to searchable PDF format from 2008-2012, thanks to the James Douglas Library Fund income. These archives are now accessible free to members of the 4 AIME Societies all over the world via links on their Member Only webpages.
If you'd like to learn how to become a member, click here. You can also find some or all of these papers on the Member Societies' digital libraries, e.g. www.OneMine.org, www.OnePetro.org. Fees may be required. If you are already a member, link to the AIME library through your Members Only webpages:
- Research Requests
The most extensive set of AIME archives is located at the Linda Hall Library of Science, Engineering, and Technology in Kansas City, Missouri, USA. Librarians there can assist users with searches and in obtaining copies of documents. For additional information, see www.lindahall.org.
- Permission Requests
Permissions requests should be directed to the appropriate Member Society staff or AIME Executive Director, Michele Lawrie-Munro, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
AIME Digital Library and Its Relationship to Other Reference Resources