Answered By: Timothy Grasso Last Updated: Jul 10, 2018 Views: 71
Fuller Seminary recently migrated to a new library discovery and delivery interface (Worldcat Discovery).
However, there are still two main ways to search by Publisher.
1. When using Worldcat Discovery you can use the search code for publisher ( pb: ) followed by your search term, whether in the main search bar on the Fuller website, in the standard Worldcat search bar, or in the advanced search in the "keyword" field.
The only requirement is that you ensure that the "worldcat.org" database is selected (whether on the left search tools column, or in the right column of available databases on advanced search). If other databases in addition to Worldcat are selected, the search will likely only be applied to the Worldcat database. Most other databases do not support the necessary search index to find results based on publisher.
2. You could also elect to switch back to Worldcat local using the "classic search" link. This link can be found either in the top right drop down menu "library links," or the link is embedded at the bottom of the page under the same header.
Once there, click advanced search. Here you will be able to select "publisher" directly from the drop-down search fields as seen in the linked screenshot below. Again, confirm that only the "Worldcat" database is selected.