Keyword searches – use quotation marks to hold phrases together ("death penalty")
Truncation – use ? after the root of a word to find all its variants (president? finds president, presidents, presidential...)
Browse the Subject(s) field in records to find the right words for searches. (Example: Try doing a keyword search for "poverty literature," then look at the subject(s) field in several records. You’ll see that there are two subject terms:"Poverty in literature" and "Poor in literature." Click the subject heading to find more records with this subject.)
Revise and refine your searches.
Watch for repeating call numbers and browse stacks in that area.
Pay attention to the Location and Status fields. You will need this information to locate the item in the library.
The University Library subscribes to Springer's 2005-2010 English/International ebook collection with access for one year to book series back to 1997. Choose Humanities, Social Sciences and Law, then Search Within This Collection.