Start at the library homepage
On the following page, click where it says 'View all catalogue records'
To narrow your search results, use some of the options on the left hand side:
1. By clicking on you open a menu and can choose to request the title, email yourself the link to the record, view the permanent link, view the citation, use RefWorks, log into My.Library using your library card, or print.
2. 'Holdings' you can review the locations where the resource is available, such as online and libraries.
2. The button is where you click to connect to an online resource. If you are connecting from off campus you will be prompted to enter you UTORid & password.
3. The button tells you if the book is available. Next you will see the name of a library and where in the library the book is located, i. e. stacks. The call number comes after. It is found on the spine of the book and the book is organized on the shelf according to this number.
4. Click on any of the tabs located at the top of the description page or scroll down to any of the sections to see rights, subjects, details, to have a 'look inside the book' (reviews and the table of contents if they are available), and to open the MARC view.
To limit your results to e-books, select 'Online' in the 'Refine your search' column on the left of your search results.
Most University of Toronto libraries use a system called Library of Congress to organize books on the shelf.
To find your book, you will need to know its call number and which library it can be found in.
If the book you're interested in is listed as N/A...
Start at the library homepage. Hover your cursor over Quick links & select Course reserves
Search for items on your course reserve list by entering your instructors name, the course code, or the course name.
Click on the reserve item you need. Write down the call number but also take note of the library and the location of the item within the library i.e. (course reserves or stacks).
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