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How do I find a book?

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You can find a book using the WorldCat Library Catalog.  Access to WorldCat is available on the Library home page, within Research by Subject, and at

After searching for an item, you can limit your results to just books by selecting Book from the Format filter along the left hand side.  See example below.

For information on how to search only for books within Bucknell's collection, click here.

Once you've located a book in the catalog, you may want to go find it in the library. Check out this video to see how it's done.

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