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Use the Catalog to Find Books, E-books, and Media

(Find & Retrieve)

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How do I find and check out books and other materials at Stitt Library?

How to Find a Book at Stitt Library (IQ)

This IQ presentation explains how to find and location books and other materials at Stitt Library.  For a PDF copy of this presentation, click here.

How to Renew a Book at Stitt Library (APTS)

This webpage will show you step by step how to renew books at Stitt Library. 

Online Information About Your Library Transactions (IQ)

This Stitt Library presentation helps you to understand the many feature of your online catalog account.  For a PDF copy of this presentation, click here

Stitt Library Maps (PDF)

Use these maps to find your way around Stitt Library. 

Finding Sermons at Stitt Library (PDF)

This handout will help you to locate sermons at Stitt Library. 

 

Where do I go if Stitt Library does not have what I am looking for?

Partner Libraries (IQ)

In this Stitt Library presentation, learn about the various libraries in Austin that can assist you with your research. Click here for a PDF version of this presentation.   

What is the difference between a library catalog and a database?

Databases Vs. Catalog (IQ)

This Stitt Library tutorial will walk you through the major differences between the library catalog and our subscription databses, as well as show you how to access both resources.  For a PDF version of this presentation click here. 

What is the difference between keyword searching and subject searching?

Keyword vs. Controlled Vocabulary Searching (IQ)

This Stitt Library Tutorial explains the difference between searching using keywords and controlled vocabulary.  It also demonstrates how you can combine the two for more effective searching.  For a PDF copy of this presentation, click here

Keyword Searching Tips (PDF)

This handout of tips will help you to become a stronger keyword searcher. 

What is Boolean searching?

Searching Effectively Using AND, OR, NOT (Colorado State University)

This tutorial from Colorado State University Libraries explains to users how to use Boolean logic (AND, OR, NOT) to construct effective search queries. 

Boolean Searching (University of Alaska - Fairbanks)

This webpage from the University of Alaska - Fairbanks concisely outlines what Boolean searching is and how it can be of use to you. 



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