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Finding Essays in Books using the ATLA Religion Database and the Joint Library Catalog


Note: This tutorial is also available as a PDF, or PowerPoint.

One of the types of publications indexed in the ATLA Religion Database are collections of essays in books.

Here is an example of a citation from the database for a book that contains a collection of essays:

The full record for this book includes a list of the essays that it contains under “Contents.” Here is a partial view:

Each of the essays listed in the contents also has its own citation in the Religion database. Here is the citation for the essay “The space between earth and heaven.”

To see if our library has a copy of the book, open the Joint Library online catalog at http://voyager.austinseminary.edu

Do a title search of the book title (not the essay title) by entering the title into the “Search” box with the “Title” field selected.

In this case, Stitt Library does have the book!

Identify the call number in the catalog record

After you have the full call number, you can use these maps to locate the BV 4511 section of the library.

Any Questions?

Stop by the Circulation Desk

OR

Email libraryiq@austinseminary.edu



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