Starting in Spring 2020, the library has a new way of searching our collections and resources. You will find a "OneSearch" button in the top, center of the library webpage. OneSearch allows you to search EVERYTHING the library has access to, including print books and eBooks, plus journal articles and more from our databases.
When you click on the OneSearch button, it will take you to a Search Anything search bar. This will allow you to search everything at once to find everything we have related to your search term for a topic, author, or title. See the boxes below to find out more about the other features available through OneSearch, such as Browse, Advanced Search, and Find Journals.
Copy and paste the below subjects in One Search to get you started:
Educational change -- United States
Self-esteem in adolescence -- United States
Sex role in the work environment
Social values -- United States
Success in business
Success in business—case studies
The library on-line catalog uses specific labels for subject headings/topics, and books are "tagged" in the computer by those terms according to their topics. The on-line library catalog is expecting you to use those specific search terms.
If you need help figuring out the right words to use, ask a Reference Librarian!
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.