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  • 1. How to Read the Subject Results List
  • 2. The subject heading list
  • 3. is where your search term lands alphabetically in the list.
  • 4. One specific result of your subject search.
  • 5. The numbered list of results.
  • 6. Check box to add to book cart.
  • 7. The number of unique subject headings.
  • 8. The year of item, if there is only one item for the subject.
  • 9. The number of entries per subject.
  • 10. Example: this subject heading has related subjects,
  • 11. which may contain broader, narrower or synonym subject headings.
  • 12. Example: this subject heading contains books about dogs in general.
  • 13. Example: a subject heading with multiple items.
  • 14. Example: a subject heading with only one item.
  • 15. Example: Dogs in Religion Folk Lore Etc is the same as Dogs Folklore, so this entry points to the more common entry.
  • 16. Related Slideshows
    • Anatomy of a Record
    • Using the Book Cart
    • Search Tips
    • Browsing by Topic