The UNT library catalog contains items in many formats - print books, ebooks, journals, CDs, etc. - that are located in all of the libraries at UNT. Start your search for books at the library homepage using the Books & More tab. The default setting is a Keyword search, which looks for the word(s) you enter in all fields of an item's record: title, author, subject headings, notes and more. The catalog will return items that contain of all of the keywords you entered.
The record for a print book looks like this. Note the name of the library where the book is shelved, the book's call number, whether the book is available.
The record for an ebook looks like this. Click on the ebook's title to find the screen where you connect to the ebook. See the Notes to determine if the ebook can only be used by one person at a time or multiple people. You may have to come back later if someone is already using the ebook. For more tips on using ebooks, visit the Ebooks Help guide.
Revise your search if you aren't getting the results you want:
A Keyword search may not give you many relevant books, but you can combine it with a Subject search to find books closer to your topic. Start with a Keyword search - see the first tab in this box - and then browse your results until you find a book that is close to your topic. Click on the book's title to see the full catalog record for the item.
Now scroll down the screen and find the subject headings for this title. Subject headings are tags the Library of Congress assigns to sources that tell you what they are about. For this title, "climate change mitigation" is one of the subject headings.
You can click on the subject heading hyperlink and see all the titles in the catalog that are about the same subject. At our library, we have 52 titles about climate change mitigation.
Keep trying searches with the subject headings from different books until you find the best subject terms for your topic.