Books

Books are great sources of basic, general, background information.

Find books using OneSearch

  • Go to the Library home page or OneSearch
  • Type your search terms into the search box and click 'Search'.
  • On the next page, limit your search to 'Print & eBooks Only'.
  • To access an ebook, click on 'Click to view' or click on the title.
  • If you choose an ebook that says 'Click to view - library to be charged' the library deposit account with this vendor will be charged the price of this book once you spend enough minutes or look at enough pages of the book. Please do not overuse this service as funding is not unlimited.
  • If a book is physically located in the library, look at the Call No. of the book and its Status.
  • The Status will let you know if the book is currently Available or Checked Out to someone.
  • The Call No. is where the book is located on the shelves.
  • Write down the full Call No. of the book to locate it on the 3rd floor.
  • There are guides on the ends of each row of shelves and librarians on the floor for assistance.

Find books in our eBook Databases

You can also search ebook databases directly.

  • Go to the Databases page.
  • Type "ebook" in the search box just above the database list.
  • Choose an ebook database to search.
  • Academic library ebook databases usually allow 1 user at a time to use a book. If you receive a message, you may need to come back later when another user is not using the same book. Faculty who want to use an ebook as a textbook should contact the library for multiuser access to the resource.