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Q: How do I Search for a Book in the Catalog?
Last Updated: Dec 21, 2021     Views: 310

1.)  From the library's homepage, type the name of the book in the SingleSearch field.  To quickly narrow down results, select the "book" tab:2.)  Alternatively, you can do a general search within SingleSearch.  On the left side of the results page, you'll see an area with search facets.  Under CONTENT TYPE, select Book / ebook to narrow down your search results.  By default, ebooks will show at the top.  Scroll down the list to look for physical copies:3.)  Once you've found your book among the search results, check the book's availability, location, and call number in the preview:

4.)  See How do I Read a Call Number? and our library maps to help locate your book within the library.  If you need help, please see someone at the Circulation Desk for assistance.

5.) If we don't have the book you need, you can order it from another library.  Click here to log in to iLLiad to order a book through Interlibrary Loan.  For quicker service, see How do I Request a Book via WorldCat?

For more information. feel free to contact Access Services at (315)781-3550.

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* How do I request Interlibrary Loan?

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* How do I Read a Call Number?

* How do I Request a Book via WorldCat?