How do I get access to the books I want to use as my sources?
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Answered By: Emily Thornton Last Updated: Mar 13, 2020 Views: 1
Hello! Do you have specific books that you want to use? Generally, you start at the library catalog: https://brenau.on.worldcat.org/discovery . Search for the specific book, or search for a general topic to see if we have any books about it.
When you see a book you like, look at the bottom of the description. If it says "Available" and then a string of letters and numbers, that means it's a print book. The string of letters and numbers is a "call number" to help you find it on the shelf. Ask a library employee for help. If you see a dark gray box marked "View eBook," then it's an ebook that you can view online. Click the "View eBook" box, then sign in with your six-digit Brenau username and password, then you'll see the ebook screen. There's usually a "PDF Full Text" or "Read Online" link somewhere on the page.
Let us know if you need help!