To find books in the Macdonald-Kelce Library, start with searching Summon, a discovery system where you are able to cross search books, eBooks, and articles in the databases.
Can't find what you need? Interlibrary Loan Book Request Form
Type in the name of the periodical to see whether the library has it in a database or in print (e.g. New York Times, Annual Review of Clinical Psychology, Vogue)
- Type the name of the book ("The Great Gatsby") and the book should be first on the list. If you don't see the book, click on "Books/eBooks" on the left hand side under "Content Type."
If the book still doesn't appear, we may not have it in the collection. Don't give up just yet! You are able to Interlibrary Loan the book from another institution.
You can also search the Online Catalog. Use the following strategies to tailor your searches more precisely:
To find a specific book
To find works written by a specific author
To find works written about an author or a work (i.e., criticism, interpretation, biography)
Seek out a wide range of sources when writing a literary research paper. Examples of the sources you will cite include: