Books are rarely the most current source of information on a topic, but they are often useful because they offer a broader perspective.
To search for books on a topic, choose the Books tab, choose Keywords from the dropdown, enter your keywords, and search.
To find a specific book using OneSearch, choose the books tab and enter the title in quotation marks.
All of our recent computing science related books are electronic. For instruction in limiting a search to e-books, see the tutorial immediately below.
Searching for EBSCO eBooks (5:27)
See these instructional videos to help you navigate the library catalogue
All tutorials can be located on this page.
Searching the Catalogue
When you search in the library catalogue using either a Basic search, or an Advanced search use the most explicit, discipline-specific, or technical vocabulary that you can think of - focus the catalogue’s attention on your topic.
For example, instead of searching “economics”, try terms like:
Gross Domestic Product
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New Titles in the Catalogue
There are hundreds of economics and economics-related titles in the library's book catalogue. Here are some examples. To open an e-Book from the catalogue choose "Weblink".
Author names and titles are often unknown, so search using 'keyword' or 'subject' words. For help in doing this efficiently, check the boxes on the left side of this page.
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