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Start with one or two keywords, adding quotation marks ("") around concepts with more than one word: for example, "middle school" or "autism spectrum disorder"... quotes are not needed for single words, such as education or science.
Narrow your results using the limits on the right side of the results page. You may see a lot of non-book items, so be sure to limit the Resource Type category to Books, if that's what you're looking for.
When you've found a book (or ebook!) that looks interesting, click the title to learn more about it, or (if it's Available), write down the location and call number and head to the shelves to get it!
If you see 'Available Online', the book or media is available online!
Search All provides a great starting point for research. There's one search box that searches our library catalog for books, e-books, videos and music; but also our databases for journal article content.
You'll find a number of facets, or limiters, along the left side of your results list. Use these to refine your search to the type of material you seek (book, articles, etc.) and also limit to a date range, library location, or other filters.