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How do I find a book by its title in LibrarySearch?

To find a book by its title

From the Library homepage:

Type the title of the book in double quotation marks into the LibrarySearch search box.

From the LibrarySearch NEW SEARCH page:

  • Type the title of the book in double quotes to look for it as a phrase
  • Choose to search in the CATALOGUE

screen shot of a search for a book by title from the 'new search' page of LibrarySearch

From a search results page:

  • You don't need to go to the NEW SEARCH page to do a new search, because a search box always appears at the top of the results page
  • Type the title of the book in double quotes to look for it as a phrase
  • Choose to search in the catalogue, then click on search
  • We recommend that you sign in before a search so that you can view e-books and articles right away

screen capture of a book-by-title search from a search results page

From the advanced search mode

Use the following settings:

  • Select TITLE from the first drop-down menu
  • Choose IS (EXACT) from the next drop-down menu
  • Enter your title phrase without quotations
  • Select your preferred item format

screenshot of an advanced search for the book Between the World and Me

For more information on using all the many features and functions of LibrarySearch, have a look at this guide on using the new system.

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