Tutorial for using the library's catalog
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You can reach the library’s catalog (SOULS) by either clicking on Catalogs or by using the quick search box
15 items were found that contain both words.
If you like, you can sort the results with the newest items first. Choose Publication Date Descending
Type the title and choose “title begins with …”
Omit any initial articles like “a”, “an” or “the”
Holdings information indicates where to look for the item and whether it is currently on the shelf
Notice the subject headings … click the link to learn everything the library owns on a particular subject
The first item listed is an e-book available through NetLibrary. To read this book online, click on the title, then on the link to NetLibrary.
To return to the list of titles, click here.
Click the link to read this book; on campus registration with NetLibrary is required. Contact the library for a generic account and password.
This title appears to be relevant to my topic; click on the title for more information.
Notice that author entries are also hyper-linked … click on the author’s name to view additional titles
The library owns 6 titles by this author; click the link to view the titles.
The catalog indicates that this item is available; write down the Call Number to locate the shelf position of the book.
Notice that the quick search bar is available to begin a new ‘keyword search’ or you can edit or save the current search.
Choices on the upper tabs allow you to begin again, see a history of this session’s searches or log in to create a list or view your account. To renew items, click on ‘My Account’ and log in.