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Using Library Search

This guide explains how to log into an account, search the catalog, and how to renew and request items.

What is Library Search?

 

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Library Search is the new search tool to find Emory Library's materials, including books, e-books, videos, journals, and much more! You can use Library Search to:

  • Search for items at any of the Emory University Libraries
  • Request items and have them delivered to any library on campus
  • View items you have checked out and renew items online
  • Bookmark, organize, and retrieve library records from any device

Library Search is a great place to start looking for books or videos on a topic, but for powerful, targeted searches that use subject headings or a controlled vocabulary, try a database specific to your discipline or topic.

What is included in Library Search?

 

Library Search will return results from Emory Library's catalog, including:

  • Books
  • E-Books
  • Journals, Newspapers, and Serials
  • Video or Visual Materials

Library Search does not search articles in Emory's databases. You can search for journals by title (or use eJournals A-Z), but to search for articles by title, you will need to use Articles+.

What is Articles+?

 

Articles+ provides Emory users with access to millions of scholarly e-resources including articles, images, conference proceedings, audio-visual materials, books, and dissertations. Search Articles+ by selecting the header on Library Search or by following the link in your search results.

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