Answered By: Natalya Pashkova Last Updated: Oct 06, 2020 Views: 15
Answered By: Natalya Pashkova
Last Updated: Oct 06, 2020 Views: 15
1. Search our library catalog for a book.
2. Click on a linked title of the book located in the print collection. A catalog record of the print book includes a note on its location: a call number (an alpha-numerical address of the book in stacks) and collection name.
For example, Pasadena Main (this is the collection name) and BL1802 .T5 1989 (this is the call number).
3. To view the information on the books in the same section, click on "Browse the Shelf".
To view neighboring items, use arrows to move to the left or to the right of the virtual shelf.
Books in languages other than English can be viewed and found this way, but because they are a part of the smaller collections, more scrolling is needed.
4. To view the table of contents, click on View Description.
The screenshot below shows a catalog record of the book
"Thompson, Laurence G. 1989. Chinese Religion : An Introduction. Belmont, Calif.: Wadsworth." (https://fuller.on.worldcat.org/oclc/17300120) and other items in the section with a call number starting with BL1802.