When you have found a book that seems useful, don't forget to look at its subject entries; if you see one that looks good, click that to get to other titles that have been given that subject heading.
You can narrow down the search results in the catalog a number of different ways, including by location (1), by subject (2), and many other ways including publication year, language, and format (such as "book" or "film") (3 - scroll down).
When you find a book that you like, check that it is IN and write down the CALL NUMBER to find it in the library. (Note: Stacks means shelves.) We use call numbers to arrange books in the library. Ask a library staff member to help you locate the book if needed.
Call Numbers starting with A - JN: Go to the shelves (stacks) on the upper floor of the library. Search by call number.
Call Numbers starting with JQ - Z: Go to the shelves (stacks) on the main floor of the library, past the circulation desk and down the corridor on the left. Search by call number.
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