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Finding Books from the Library's Homepage
Use the Catalog to Find Books:
Use the search box on the Library's homepage to look for Library books, periodicals, newspapers and more.
- When you begin researching for a paper, it is most helpful to find books related to your topic. Looking for books will provide you with excellent practice when thinking about what search terms to use when you're ready to look for articles.
- After you find a book that interests you, look at the information provided when you click on the title. You'll see there are various subject terms that you can click on and find books that are specific to that subject. You can also use these subject terms as keywords when you search for articles.
For general research questions, library hours, and services, just Ask Us!
For in-depth research assistance and subject related questions, contact a a subject librarian.