Search for books and ebooks using OneSearch. You will find a "OneSearch" button in the center of the library webpage, or linked in the OneSearch image below. OneSearch allows you to search EVERYTHING the library has access to, including print books and eBooks, plus journal articles and more from our databases. Click on the OneSearch image below to access this resource (right click to open in a new tab).
When you click on the OneSearch button, it will take you to a Search Anything search bar. When you start typing your search, you will see some drop-down options for the kind of search you want to do. Choose the third option, BC Library Books & eBooks, if you'd like to focus your search on books.
For the best results, sign in with your BC ID at the top right corner.
For a more specific search, click on one of the following links to find searches on those topics.
Call Number= the address of the book on its spine
The signs on the end of the bookcases only refer to first two lines of a call #.
Pay attention to "collection" on the book entry in the catalog:
REFERENCE= Green-labeled bookcases
GENERAL= White-labeled bookcases
Once in correct aisle, read call number, matching one line at a time, until find the right book. Browse the shelves around it for possibly more books on your topic.
To find these books in the library, write down the call number and follow the instructions in the box on the bottom left. Some of these books will say "available online," which means you can access them as ebooks instead of checking out a physical copy.