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Library Search: What is it? How do I use it?

Introducing the Library Search facility

Library Search

 

Use Library Search to:

  • find book and journals titles and other items available in print and online via the Library Catalogue.

  • search for Articles + more across a wide range of full text resources via the library's discovery serviceThis allows you to search within books and journal articles to find relevant content. 

About Library Search

Library Search is your key gateway into the print and electronic resources available to you via the Library.

It will enable you to find recommended readings and search across a wide range of full text resources to discover materials on your research topics.

You will find Library Search via all of the key systems you will use on a regular basis.  

It is available via:

You can also use this link to bookmark it for easy access in the future.

Use the videos below to find out more about Library Search and how you can use it to search for materials that you need for your learning and research.

If you need any support in using Library Search, just get in touch.

Email: library@exeter.ac.uk
Phone: +44 (0) 1392 723867

 

Finding a journal title

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Searching for a specific book title

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What is Library Search and where can I access it?

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Searching by topic

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