Skip to Main Content
It looks like you're using Internet Explorer 11 or older. This website works best with modern browsers such as the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge. If you continue with this browser, you may see unexpected results.


Finding books

In the library catalog, you can search for books in multiple ways, including using a keyword, an author, a subject, and a title. All of these will produce different results in a library’s catalog.

  • Subject headings are the specific way that libraries like to organize works on the same subject. Some examples in this subject area are
    • Environmental justice
    • Climatic changes
    • Environmentalism
    • Human ecology -- Religious aspects -- Christianity
    • Environmental health
    • United States -- Environmental conditions
    • Environmental policy
    • Globalization -- Economic aspects
    • Nature -- Effect of human beings on

If you have found a book you want to use, you might also want to look at its call number. Books on the same subject will have a similar number so that they can be put on the shelf next to each other. For example, the majority of books about Environmental Justice in the United States will start with the call number GE 230.

Select books available at the library


What if you can't find the book you need?

Check OhioLINK


Finding Ebooks

After searching in our catalog, click on the Modify Search button, shown below:


Then under Material Type select Ebooks and click Search.