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Nutrition: Find Books

A guide to provide a basic overview of library services and resources useful for conducting research in the field of nutrition.

Finding a book using OneSearch

Finding a Book in the Library -  Video Tutorial 

Using One Search allows you to search for books, eBooks, articles, media and more.
1) Type your subject or title into the provided box. The initial search results include both print and electronic items. 

To find PRINT books in the library, click the Location link on the left side bar.

  • Books and other items (Books on CD and DVDs) that are in the Main Collection can be checked out for three weeks.
  • Books in the Reference Collection and Topics Table are to be used in the library.
  • The Display Case may include circulating and non-circulating items. Check with the Reference Librarian for assistance.

Select Main Collection. Click on the title to retrieve the call number and the availability.

  • Note that some of the items are available in multiple versions, print and online.
  • Not available indicates the book may be checked out. 

screenshot for a search on obesity shows it is available in print and online

Write down the call number and find the two letter combination on the shelves:

            (A-HT 2nd floor, HV-Z and Oversize 3rd floor)

book not available screenshot

Still can't find it? Come to the reference desk to ask the librarian for assistance. 

Tutorial: How to Find a Book

Checking Out Materials in the Library



You will need your student ID number (900 number) to check out library materials. Simply take your materials to the Circulation./Reserves desk (pictured above) for checkout.

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