our online catalog, LIUCAT,
to locate books and videos.
Books may be borrowed. Reference Books may be used in the
on the Basic
tab to search for a single keyword.
on the Advanced tab
to search for multiple keywords.
Click on the List A-Z
tab to search for an exact title, author, or subject.
Write down the Collection
and Call Number of any
book you would like to view.
If no results - Check your spelling.
If we do not have the title you want, request it via InterLibrary
Loan (allow 7-14 days for delivery).
If you must get a book immediately, ask the Reference Librarian
to help you check other libraries in the area. The Reference
Librarian can provide access to other academic libraries
via an ALB
ASK For HELP. The Reference
Desk is staffed by a Faculty Librarian during all
hours that the library is open.
to look up videos on LIUCAT
in 4 easy steps:
1. Go to LIUCAT
2. Click on "Advanced search"
3. In the first search box, "General keyword," enter the
4. Enter an author's or director's name, a title keyword,
or a subject keyword in the appropriate search box and click
"Go;" the search will begin
Browsing the shelves is a perfectly legitimate research
R is first letter of
most medical book call numbers. Most occupational therapy
book call numbers begin with RM
for a more detailed breakdown of the Library of Congress