This includes the books on the shelves in Raugust Library as well as articles in library databases and much more.
The catalog can search five different scopes or groups of materials:
As you start typing in the catalog search bar, you'll see a drop-down menu appear. That's how to choose which scope to search. If you don't select a scope, you'll be searching Everything by default.
All of the search strategies outlined in Search Library Databases will work in the catalog, too.
After you've entered search terms and are browsing through your results, the filters along the right side of your search results will help you narrow down what you're seeing. A few useful filters include
Signing into the catalog with your UJ email address and password lets you save items and organize them in folders. It also allows you to request materials from other libraries, and take a look at what you have checked out.
Once you've found some books in the catalog, you'll have to head up to the 2nd floor to find them, and you'll need to know how to read a book's call number. Check out this quick tutorial on call numbers: