Collections - use to search a material type (e.q. DVD/Video, E-Books, etc) or a collection (Children's Literature, Teaching Materials, Government Documents, etc.).
Get It - requested materials from the UMD Library and/or requested items from the other UM campus libraries
Provides links to the College of St. Scholastic; University of Wisconsin Superior and Duluth Public Library (UMD students, faculty and staff can borrow from these libraries); as well as other libraries such as University of Minnesota - All Campuses Catalog; MnLINK (Minnesota's state library catalog); and others.
When UMD does not have the book you need, use UMD's Interlibrary Loan service to request books and media from another library. Click on "Interlibary Loan." At the ILLiad Logon, type in your UMD user name and password and click on "Logon to ILLiad". Under New Request, click on Book. Be sure to allow plenty of time. A e-mail or postcard will notify you when the item comes in. You can pick the item up at the circulation desk.
Renewals can be requested for Interlibrary Loan items. Renewals should be requested 2 days prior to the due date using ILLiad. Renewals are approved by the lending library, if the item is approved, your new due date will appear in your ILLiad account under that transaction number.
Electronic reference books published by Sage.
A database that searches articles in subject encyclopedias and other reference works in a wide variety of subject areas. Provides links to articles available online and library location information for those in print.
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Full text and index of over 12,000 electonic books.
For additional book resources, search the country under Browse Search using the LC Subject Heading begins field.
Type your subject in the keyword search.
If you retreive too many records, you can narrow your search by limiting your search to:
Once you have found a couple of good citations, check to see what the subject headings are.
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