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SOWK 3000: Foundations of Interviewing and Interpersonal Skills : Finding Books

A course guide for students in SOWK 3000, this guide contains links to suggested library resources.

InterLibrary Loan

To request articles and books that are not in the UNT Libraries collection, you can use InterLibrary Loan. To use this service, you will need to set up an ILLiad account. Open the following url and click on "First time users click here" then fill out and submit the online form --

For more information about InterLibrary Loan, click here

Searching the Library Catalog for Books

To search for books in the UNT Libraries' collection, start at the library homepage,

Next select the "Books and More" tab in the central blue box

You can choose to search by keyword, title, journal title, author, subject, or call number (the default is keyword).

Type your search terms into the "Search the Catalog" field, to search.

The next page will display search results from the library catalog. From this view, you can see whether an item is a print book or an electronic book -  the "Book" designation just under Qualitative research methods title below indicates that this is a print book. If the book is a print book, you can also see where it is located - in the example below, the book is located on the 3rd floor of Willis. E-books will display "UNT Online Resources" as the location.

Click on a title, to view a more detailed record for the item.

From the detailed record for an item, you can click on the "Request this item for pickup" link to have the book placed on hold for you at one of the libraries. You can copy a citation of the item, by clicking the "Cite This" link.  By selecting the "Add to Refworks" link you can export this citation to your Refworks account.

To access electronic books, click on the "Connect to online resource" link within the detailed record (shown below).  You will then be prompted to authenticate with your euid and euid password. If you have trouble viewing e-books, please contact your Social Work Librarian or another library staff member.

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