Does Lauinger have access to ISO standards?


Unfortunately, no. However, some ISO standards have been made publicly available online. If this list does not contain the standards needed, the Library of Congress does have some more (albeit not all), but students must go in person to the Science and Tech Reading Room to pay to print the standard(s) out. It is strongly advised to contact a librarian at the Library of Congress ahead of time to see if the library owns the standard needed.
Outside of DC, some academic libraries with an engineering department or a nearby state university might have some. Alternately, students can take advantage of the GU InterLibrary Loan (ILL) service or, as a last resort, may have to buy it from ISO themselves. ISO does publish samples of the full standard publicly, if the abstract is all that is needed.
ANSI university outreach program through their education division provides some standards for free as well.


  • Last Updated Feb 16, 2024
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  • Answered By Jennifer Boettcher

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