Use the Library Catalogue to search for relevant books, printed versions of journals and newspapers etc.
To find books on a particular subject, do a keyword search on the library catalogue. For example:
Keyword searching often retrieves a large number of results so you may like to narrow your search by adding more words. For example:
Browse the shelves or library catalogue to find books on music therapy. For example:
|152||Psychology of behaviour|
|153.9478||Measurement and evaluation in music|
|371.904487||Special education - music|
|372.87||Music education - children, elderly, etc|
|780.1||Philosophy of Music; music and meaning|
|780.7||Music - Instruction and Study|
|781.1||Philosophy of music; music perception and interpretation|
|781.11||Exploring the musical mind|
You can request books from other campus libraries to be delivered to your prefered campus for pick-up.
A union catalogue covers the collections of the many libraries making up a consortium. It's both a discovery tool (search by keyword or subject) and a finding aid (find the library an item is held in).