To find videos or DVDs held in ASU Library, add the word videorecording to your keyword search.
Example: prisons videorecording
Note location (ie. West Media), and call number. This information is needed to locate the material in the library.
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Use the ASU Library Catalog and EBook Collections to locate books:
Ebrary Collection be sure to create an account and download the Ebary Reader
This collection has over 22,000 full-text books, journals, and maps covering five main subject areas - Business and Economics, Career and General Education, Computers, Engineering and Applied Sciences, Humanities, Social/Behavioral Sciences and Life/Physical Sciences.
Searches with Library of Congress Subject Headings
computers and civilization
information technology--social aspects
world wide web--social aspects
The easiest way to start searching for materials in the catalog is to do a keyword search.
Combine keywords with appropriate connectors (and, or):
AND is used between keywords to indicate that both terms must be present; AND is used to narrow a search.
OR is used between keywords to indicate that either term must be present; OR is used to broaden a search by providing synonyms or other terminology for a keyword.
Search for alternate endings by truncating with a double asterisk (**):