What are call number and subject searches, and how do I do them?
To perform these searches, click on 'advanced catalogue search' under the catalogue search box and select the relevant tab (Call no. or Subj)
In this video, two types of searches are demonstrated: a call number search, and a subject search.
In the example below, we have entered the Library of Congress (LC) call number for a book. Clicking on search takes us to the full catalogue record, revealing its title as An Angel at my Table by author Janet Frame.
If your call number belongs to another system of classification, select the appropriate radio button before performing your search.
The next section of this module goes into call numbers in more detail.
In the example below, we are searching for information on Australian literature and have limited our search to items available in an electronic format.
Your search will generate an alphabetical listing of subject headings, based on the keywords you have used in your search.
In the example below, there are a number of subject headings related to Australian literature. The information available may include:
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