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The Library provides access to over 9,000 items held within its collections. While the main part of these items are printed materials (books and magazines), they also include sound and video recordings in various formats (DVD, CD-ROM, VHS, etc.).
The default search is by keyword or “All Words”. This search will return citations for records where the search term used appears anywhere in the catalogue record.
To limit your search to a specific author or title, use the pull-down menu and select the type of search you wish to perform.
Once you have a list of retrieved records, you can use the “Advanced” icon to refine your search further by combining search terms from different fields.
On the right of the list of returned records you will see information which tells you how many copies the library has and how many of those copies are available for loan. In addition, there are 2 buttons, “Add to Clipboard” and “Request Hold”.
Add to Clipboard allows you to create a list of titles of interest which you can print and keep for future reference by using the “Clipboard icon on the right side of the screen.
Request Hold will initiate a form which you can complete (please fill in all fields) and submit to have the item either held at the library for you to pick up, If you included this instruction in the Comment box, or sent to you via mail.