Type keywords in the search field to find books that you are looking for.
If you get too many results, try using the Refine my Results bar on the left to receive more accurate results.
If you cannot find the book that you need from one of our libraries, try searching libraries statewide through UBorrow. Once you perform a search, there will be a link in the upper right hand corner.
E-books are books that have been downloaded into the library catalog for increased access. They contain all of the content of a regular book. E-books contain many useful features that make them easier to use than print books. Such as:
To learn how to download ebooks onto your computer or tablet see our research guide on the topic here.
The Library's Books are shelved according to the Library of Congress' classification system.
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News and current events constantly change, making finding a book on a current news story impossible. Books take a great deal of time to be written, published and distributed. However, books can provide useful background information on current subjects. You can search for your news or current event through the library's catalog.
The library subscribes to many magazines and newspapers that you can use for your papers and projects. Newspapers are circulated daily and provide the most current information. Magazines may be distributed anywhere from weekly to every four months.
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