When you find a useful book, make note of the:
In the example below, the call number is TA158.5 .I75 2009. The library where it is kept is Engineering & Computer Science Library. Within that library, it is kept in the 'stacks' section (up the spiral stairs).
Sometimes there is also an online version of the book. Many of our books are in online format and you can read them on or off campus. From off campus, you'll need your UTORID to log in...just click 'connect to resource' to begin.
Use this chart to find the location of books found within the Engineering and Computer Science Library as determined by the call number of the book:
|Call Numbers from:||are located at:|
|A to TA153 .R...||up spiral stairs * south room * upper level|
|TA153 .R... to TD146 .R...||up spiral stairs * south room|
|TD146 .V... to TJ759 .H...||up spiral stairs * centre study area|
|TJ759 .I... to TL553.5 .M...||up spiral stairs * north room|
|TL553.5 .M... to Z||up spiral stairs * north room * upper level|
To find books on your topic, search the Library Catalogue.It includes print and online materials available at all U of T Libraries.
Things to remember:
If someone has already signed out the book you want, you can 'REQUEST" it, i.e., place a 'HOLD' on it.
Use the 'REQUEST' button at the top of the Detailed record for that book:
The person who currently has the book will get an email asking them to return the book. Plan ahead though - don't leave your library research till the last minute! The person who currently has the book does have the right to keep it for a minimum of two weeks even after it's been 'REQUESTED'.
If three or more people 'REQUEST' a book it will be placed on Short Term Loan. That means that it will be available for much shorter loan periods, e.g., one day loans versus two week loans. And therefore more people will have a chance to sign it out.
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