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Interlibrary loan (ILL) is a borrowing service for ECSU students, faculty, and staff that supports scholarly research. Through this service you can request books, articles, and other materials that are not available at the ECSU Libraries.
G.R. Little Library utilizes the Library of Congress classification system. You will find that most books and films related to Psychology and related topics and issues will be shelved under call numbers beginning with B. Use the breakdown provided below to browse the shelves and/or help guide your search for psychology related materials at the G. R. Little Library.
B - Philosophy, Psychology, Religion
BF1404-2055 Occult sciences
Keywords + Connectors = Search
Keywords are the most basic words that define your topic. Don't type normal sentences into a database search box; just use the keywords.
Boolean connectors are words like AND, OR, and NOT. These words specify the relationships between your words.
Often keywords are more than one word. Databases let you put quotation marks around these so that only results with the exact phrase are listed.
Shortening a keyword to its basic root and adding a special character (usually an asterisk "*" or "?") at the end will tell the computer to search for variations on the word.
Searching for politic* will find:
POLITICS, POLITICAL, POLITICIAN
Note: Check the database's help screens to see which truncation symbol it recognizes.
Combines concepts and techniques. The database will search for what's grouped or nested inside the parentheses first.
("rap music" OR "hip hop") AND censorship
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