Savery Library has a combination of resources to help you with your research, including print materials, eBooks, and online databases.
How do I find out what books are in the library? To find a book, eBook, DVD or other library material, search the Savery Library Online Catalog.
|Keep searches SIMPLE--use one to three important words, NOT a sentence
|Decide whether you are searching for:
For each item included in the Search Results, the catalog displays the availability, the call number and the physical location within the library.
EBooks retrieved by your search will have a link within the item record that will take you directly to the full-text of the eBook. For off campus access, see the OFF CAMPUS ACCESS tab.
How do I figure out where a book or DVD is on the shelf? A Library of Congress call number is used to identify the exact location of an item on the shelf.
- Items with call number beginning with A-Z are located in the general circulating collection in the stacks.
- New books, reference book, DVDs, and popular fiction are located on the main floor of the library.
Please ask a Savery Library Staff Member for help reading the call numbers.
How and where do I find scholarly articles? The best way to find appropriate articles for your assignments is by searching Savery Library's Online Catalog. The Online Catalog contains multiple databases which include articles from scholarly journals, magazines, newspapers, and more. You can limit your search to full-text and/or scholarly peer-reviewed journals.