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How to look for a book in UCT libraries

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  • 1. How to look for a book in UCT Libraries
  • 2. Go to: www.lib.uct.ac.za
  • 3. Hover your mouse on Search & find Hover your mouse on Search & Find
  • 4. Click on Catalogue (ALEPH) Click on Catalogue (ALEPH) ALEPH is the name of our catalogue
  • 5. ALEPH opens upALEPH contains records of all the books, journals, reports, theses, videos,DVDs and other materials in UCT Libraries
  • 6. Click on Multi-field Click on Multi-field
  • 7. This screen will appear
  • 8. Type in your search details Type in any of the details you have e.g. author and/or title
  • 9. Click on GoClick on Go
  • 10. Results will appear
  • 11. Library field tells you which library or section to go to The Library field tells you which Library or section to go to
  • 12. Shelf mark field tells you where to look on the shelves The Shelf mark field tells you where to look on the shelves
  • 13. Click on All items to check for availability Click on All items to check for availability
  • 14. Check for availabilityItems withdue datehavebeenborrowed
  • 15. Check for availabilityItems Onshelf areavailable forloan
  • 16. Need more help? Ask a Librarian