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Modern Languages: 82-188 - Uses and Abuses of Haiti: Looking for Books?

This guide provides students with some starting points while researching Haiti

Understanding Searching & Results

 

Using "Advance Search" has its advantages, when you are searching for books:

 

Can't find what you're looking for?

 

The brief view of the record (before you click on the title) provides you with three key pieces of information:

  1. It's format (print, electronic, etc.)
  2. It's availability (available, checked-out, in storage, etc.)
  3. It's location (in the library or a weblink).

The long view (once you click on the title) allows you to see a map of the actual location of the book:

 

When you locate a record, click on the title to see the full record.  This view may provide content information (see example below - click on image to enlarge):

 

Once you locate a book, viewing the full record can lead you to similar items by examining the "Subject" and "Similar Items" fields as in the sample record illustrated here:

 

Here are additional subject headings found in other records:

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