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Finding Books in the Library
You can search the Library Catalog by entering your topic into the search box. You may also search by:
- If you find a book you would like to see, write down the Title of the book, the Location, and the Call Number.
- When you are ready to check the book out, take the book to Access Services and show them your student ID. The student ID is your library card.
- If the book is for library use only, it cannot be checked out.
Persuasion and Public Speaking
Compiling your Resources
How to search for books using the library's online catalog.
Easy Entry into Topic
How much do you know about your topic? When beginning your research, it's a good practice to consult books that provide a general overview on your subject. Some examples of this type of resource are the following.