When you search the catalog and click on a title of interest, the item record includes information you need to locate the item: Location, Call #, and Status. The call number is a unique identifier for the book, printed on the spine or on the bottom left corner of the front of the book. Make sure you write down the entire call number before you try to find a book.
|Books on 2nd or 3rd floor or Bass Library. You can check out items in the circulating collection.
|Items shelved at the CIRCULATION desk.
|Instructional TV & Media
|Items that can be viewed on a computer in the library. See CIRCULATION for assistance.
|Items printed on microfiche or microfilm; viewable on the microform viewer; see a Librarian at the RESEARCH IT desk for assistance.
|Items that are too large to be stored on standard shelving.
|Journals, magazines, newspapers. Be sure to note whether the item is located with Current Periodicals or Bound/Unbound Periodicals.
|A collection of items provide general information on a variety of subjects and do not circulate.
See the map below for possible locations (Circulation, Reference, Circulating Collection, Oversize, Periodicals, Microforms, Reference Overflow).