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How do I search for books?

Last Updated: Mar 08, 2016  |  44 Views

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Library Search is your first stop when you want find any materials owned by the Library. It will help you locate books in any of the three campus libraries (Green Bay, Marinette, Sturgeon Bay).

Type in your keywords (try to be specific). Your results list will be a combination of books, ebooks, videos, online videos, and more! (Looking for Articles? Search our specific Article Resources)

You can use limits on the left side of the list to limit the resource type to books.  Look for items that say they are available in the Library at your campus.

Use the Request button to have ask the Library to have the item pulled and waiting for you at the desk. Or just write down the call number and come to the library.  If you have any trouble finding the item, ask a librarian for help. 

When there is no call number or you see the words Online Access, that signifies that the item is an electronic resource.  To view the item, click View Online.

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