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Online Catalog Tips
- Use the online catalog to look for library materials pertaining to your topic.
- It is best that you use StorySearch to find journal articles supporting your topic of research.
Book Searching Tips
- When you find a book in the catalog, make sure it's not checked out before you go looking for it!
- If you are off campus and want one of these books, you can place a request on a book from the library catalog. This will reserve the book for you.
- If you can't find the book exactly in it's spot, look to the left and right on the shelf. It may be a little out of place. When you do this, you may also find other similar titles that will aid you in your research!
- For this topic, more information will be found in StorySearch. However, most of the books containing information about Pharmacology will be shelved in the 612-615 area. When searching the catalog for books, it's best to organize your search by "Publication Date." Currently published science books are preferable research materials.