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Books, Print and Electronic
Use these catalogs to:
Usearch (Library Catalog)
Lists items, inclucing online books, owned by all UU Libraries and the journals, magazines and newspapers they subscribe to. Tells where a book is shelved and whether it is checked out. For access to online books, if you are not using a campus computer, see Off Campus Access Information.
A combined catalog of over 14,000 libraries from around the world listing over 40,000,000 items. You can place an Interlibrary Loan request for items found in other libraries while online. The book will be sent here.
For a quick search in WorldCat use the box below:
First library visit
Databases to use:
Usearch provides access to information that the Marriott, Eccles, and Quinney Law Libraries have in collections.
WorldCat covers over 30 million records of any type of material cataloged by OCLC member libraries. Includes manuscripts written as early as the 11th century. Has Holdings information for many US and some foreign libraries. Updated daily.
Step One: You should begin to explore your assigned topic for your term project due at the end of the semester.
Step Two: Take a look at your course website (Blackboard/WebCt). The assignment for the first library visit helps you start to find background information.
Step Three: Each library visit should result in at least one source for your final bibliography. Keeping this in mind will help guide your research during the five library visits.