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Finding Books

      1. First open up our library catalog, I-Share, in another window.

      2. To find a book on your topic, enter your keywords in the search box.

      3. Click on a relevant book title and then click on the subject headings for more books on the same topic.

      4. Determine where the book is located. If it's at Morris Library retrieve it from the indicated floor. If it's in Off-Site Storage, use the Request function in I-Share to have it retrieved.

      5. If Morris Library does not have the book you want, use the Request First Available option in I-Share catalog to have it retrieved from another library in llinois.

      6. If I-Share does not have the book you want, search WorldCat and then request it through Interlibrary Loan.




          • IEEE Xplore  
            Full-text publications back to 1988 from IEEE (originally the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) and IET (the institution of Engineering and Technology), including journals, transactions, proceedings, magazines, and standards.
          • Computers & Applied Sciences Complete  
            Computers & Applied Sciences Complete can be used to find articles in all areas of engineering and technology. It is especially good for finding articles trade publications and popular science magazines.
          • Web of Science  
            ISI Web of Science, an integrated Web-based platform, provides high-quality content and the tools to access, analyze, and manage research information. These tools include:Cross-product searching, Links to full text, Citation alerts, Table of contents alerts, Personal journal lists,and Personal bibliographic management.
          • Academic Search Complete  
            Academic Search Complete searches both popular magazines and academic journals in nearly every academic subject. It includes full text of many of the articles.

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