E-LEARN: The Evans Library Catalog

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The Evans Library catalog is your access point to library materials. Use the catalog to find information on books, periodical titles, government documents, and multimedia material located in the library.

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E-LEARN: The Evans Library Catalog

  1. 1. http://lib.fit.edu The Evans Library catalog is your access point to library materials. Here, you can find information about books, titles of periodicals, government documents, and multimedia material located in the Library. The Catalog has two access points.
  2. 2. http://lib.fit.edu Use the drop-down menu in the default Quick Search to search All Fields, author, title(including periodical or journal titles), subject, or Call Number. Click Advanced for more search options.
  3. 3. Access Browse and Alphabetical (Topic, Author, Title or Call Number) searches from the Advanced Searches page. Optionally change search fields. Use the Search Tips for more help. Limit results by language, format, Call Number, or Year of Publication.
  4. 4. The Catalog Browse allows you to view items that begin with the term(s) entered in the search box. Here are the results of a Catalog Browse for titles that begin with airplanes.
  5. 5. Here are some results of a Call Number search for call numbers beginning with TA, in the books collection on the 4th floor. The Call Number search allows you to search by LC (Library of Congress) or SUDOC (Superintendent of Documents) call number.
  6. 6. Select the title for more information on the item. Location will indicate if an item is checked out. Call number locates the item on a shelf. Type of material
  7. 7. View the Catalog Record tab for more information about an item. Subjects are the controlled vocabulary terms for each item. Click these to view all items in the catalog described with the same subject. Publication information

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