To search for books, type your keyword search into the catalogue link above and select the Catalogue option from the drop-down that will appear, then click the search button. PRO-Tip: Searches from the library's homepage may do an everywhere search by default, so you'll need to limit to the catalogue AFTER you enter your search, not as you do it. Use limiters on the left side of your results to focus your search.
Example topic: I'm looking for criticism of the novels of Margaret Atwood
Use limiters on the left side of your results to focus your search on relevant material.
Keep in mind that you can borrow material from any of U of T's libraries, but if you need to see only what's physically available in the UTSC Library you can use the Library refinement to see only items located in Scarborough. Also, the SUBJECT filters (containing the official Library of Congress Subject Headings that describe an item) are particularly powerful tools for narrowing your search to more specifically fit what you're looking for.
Once you've found a book you'd like in the catalogue, you can locate it in the UTL Library System. You can get books at UTSC Library, other U of T Libraries, and e-books.
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