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English 2 Research Help: Find Books

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Practice Finding Books in the Catalog

In the Find Books tab, watch the video on using the LIU catalog and find the call numbers for the following books.

Dubliners by James Joyce  

The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown  

20 Years of Rolling Stone by Jann Wenner 

Physics of the Future by Kaku Michio        

The Grand Design by Stephen Hawking

 

How to find books in stacks

Use this link to the  bookstacks map for help finding books in the library. 

Map to the Bookstacks

It includes a library map and a chart that explains book locations. 

Once you know the call number of your book, for example LB1756.M35 D45 2001, match the alphabetical part of the call number (LB) with the corresponding stack level (in this instance the book will be in level 3 of the stacks.  Enter the stacks from the main floor of the library.