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How to Find Books at the UNT Libraries
How to Find Books
Search the UNT Libraries Catalog
1. To get to the catalog, go to the UNT Libraries home page: www.library.unt.edu.
2. Choose the "Books and Media" tab and then enter your keyword search term in the search box.
Keyword Search examples:
Building or Topic: "Rothko Chapel" (name of building in quotes), Church AND Architecture, Judaism AND Architecture, Synagogue AND Architecture, Mosque AND Architecture, Islam AND Architecture
Architects or Artists: Johnson, Philip
Bibliographies in Books!
Be sure to look at the Bibliography in each Book.
These are usually found in the back of the book or at the end of each chapter.
How to Find and Request Books not Owned by the UNT Libraries
WorldCat via FirstSearch is a catalog of books and other materials in libraries worldwide. The database contains over 179 million records covering over 400 languages. WorldCat does not include individual articles, stories in journals, magazines, newspapers, or book chapters. Dates of Coverage: Before 1000 BC– Current.
Books and other materials not owned by the UNT Libraries may be requested to be borrowed by UNT students, faculty and staff through UNT's Inter-Library Loan.