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How can I find print books in the SLU Libraries using SLUth Search Plus?

Last Updated: Dec 08, 2016  |  91 Views

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To find print books in the SLU Libraries using SLUth Search Plus, search by title, author, keyword, or subject.

In the second line, change the drop-down box that says "AND" to "NOT" and add the phrase "electronic resource" in quotation marks. 

Once you have a list of results, under "Refine your results" select "Catalog Only" and then "Update." 

When you find a book you're interested in, click on its title. You'll find all of the information you normally find in the SLU Libraries Catalog such as publication information, library location, call number and current status. You'll also find tools that will help you locate books that are similar to the one you're looking at. At the bottom of the page, look for the "Similar Books" and "Other Books by this Author" features. 

These tools can help you find more books on your topic. 

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