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Use the library catalogue to find books, microforms, or audiovisual materials about your subject. Selected electronic resources are also included in the Catalogue.
To find materials on a particular topic, begin with a keyword search then scan your results for relevant titles and look at the subject headings assigned to the individual titles. These subject links can then be used to search for similar items.
Examples of subject headings to check:
Also, specific company names and personal names, such as:
and names of specific industries, such as:
Many headings are used with subdivisions, either for a particular geographical area, such as:
or for a particular topic, such as:
For help in deciding on subject headings to check, consult the Library of Congress Subject Headings, which can be found in the Reference area.
Books (with the exception of those in Reference and Special Collections) are shelved by Library of Congress call number on the Upper Level.
Example call numbers for Kinesiology include:
Human physiology, Human anatomy
Physiology of Exercise / Kinesiology
Human mechanics, biomechanics, movement
Sports and Medicine
Athletes - Nutrition
Microforms (microfilm and microfiche) are shelved in the Special Collections area on the Main Level. Audiovisual materials (videocassettes, audiocassettes, LPs, and CDs) are shelved in the Media Centre on the Main Level.
Created by: Donald Moses, MLIS
Date Updated: December 2015