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New C&I Books
Handbook of Reading Interventions by
Call Number: LB1050.5.H267 2011
Publication Date: 2011-03-29
Can We Skip Lunch and Keep Writing? by
Call Number: LB1576.7.R354 2011
Publication Date: 2011-08-28
Using the Library Catalog
Search for books, DVDs, and more in our library and beyond
Tips for Searching the Library Catalog:
Choose the search scope by selecting either UI and Summit (items owned by UI and member libraries); UI Only (items owned by UI); Everything (items owned worldwide) or EBSCO (articles and other items in our EBSCO databases).
Limiting your search: Start with a basic search and once you find a book that seems to be about your topic, you can use the format and/or other options located on the left to further narrow your search.
On the Advanced Search page, the year, language, and location (to name a few options) of items can be limited.
Subject headings can be a great way to narrow in on your topic.
Library of Congress Classification
Managing Your Sources
Citation Management Software
This is a guide to the commonly used citation - or reference - management software available to the U-Idaho community.
Learn about EndNote, EndNote Web, Zotero, and Mendeley.