Use UC Library Search to find books, videos, government documents, and other materials the Libraries own. Search by title if you know the title of the book. Search by author (last name, first name) if you want books by an author. Search by keyword or subject to find books on a topic. Remember to make note of the library location, the complete call number, and the status of the books you want.
How do I find my book in the Libraries?
Make a note of the location, the complete call number, and the status of the books you want. Here’s an example of a complete call number: QL 566 .M53 2007 Use the Guide to Call Number Locations or check the call number location directories near the elevators in each library to determine where to find your book in the building.
How do I find a book that’s not owned by UCI Libraries?
Search WorldCat Discovery. Use Get it at UC, which will take you to UC Library Search. Sign in to your library account and select the Request through Interlibrary Loan option to order the book from another library. Check Interlibrary Loan for more information on getting materials not owned by the UCI Libraries.