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You can find books on your criminal justice topic by using the UNT Library Catalog.
If you need help using the catalog, you have several options:
- For general directions, you can go to UNT Library Catalog Help;
- For in person help in a library on the UNT campus, go to the reference or library services desk in the library where you are working;
- For personal assistance when you are not in a library, go to Ask Us.
If you need a book that UNT doesn't own, you can borrow it from another library using Interlibrary Loan.
WorldCat allows you to search for books, CDs, DVDs, and articles in libraries around the world. If the library that holds the item you need is a member of TexShare and you have a TexShare card, you can check them out. This can be very helpful to you if you are a distance student or a commuter. UNT Libraries' Circulation Department can send books that we own to distance learners but Interlibrary Loan can't borrow books from another library in that situation. For commuters, going to a nearby library may be quicker than coming in to Denton to get a book.
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.