Answered By: Ann Moriarty
Last Updated: Oct 18, 2021     Views: 5

The LIBRARY CATALOG can be searched by author, title, subject or keyword. The thing about the library catalog is that it includes both physical and e-books. The physical books have call numbers (they're shelved in the library), the e-books can be accessed online using your Regent login. The library catalog stores other content like bound journals, DVDs, physical dissertations; the key is to associate books with the library catalog. 

The library catalog's Limit/Sort search button opens to a page where you can limit your results to e-books or publication date.

Why wont you find a limiter for peer review resources in the library catalog?

  • Ans: peer review is an added editorial process that's only undertaken by some scholarly journals. The library catalog doesn't have journals. It does have quality books, e-books that were written for an academic audience & are worthy sources for most research assignments. 

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