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Begin your research by seeking some general information about your through the Library catalog. Some resource will be available in print at the library and some will be available electronically. (E-books are available to you from any computer - no need to pick up or drop off!) (Below this box are some sample books and to the left of this box are some subject terms that will lead you to items within that subject.)
Here is how to find Items (books, DVDs, etc) on your topic.
Search the Library Catalog
Tips for searching the catalog:
USE simple words or phrases, like "math" or "college algebra" or "math skills" or "basic math."
AVOID typing in long phrases. (See what happens when you type in "Why should we have universal health care in the United States?")
Find books at a specific campus by clicking "Modify Search" (on line above the search box).
Or request books from another campus by clicking "Request" (in the results page under the title, or on the line above the search box when in the item's record).