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General guide to Business Resources

Finding Books in the Library

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The following Library of Congress classifications may be useful when browsing the shelves at the Library for additional materials on education. The 'H's' are located on the Mezzanine. Additional materials (such as government documents,  and reference books) may be found on the first floor

Library of Congress Classification Outline: Class H - Social Sciences

  • HA1-4737 Statistics
  • HB1-3840 Economic theory. Demography
  • HB3711-3840 Business Cycles. Economic fluctuations.
  • HB501 Capitalism
  • HC10-1085 Economic history and conditions
  • HD28-9999 Industries. Land use. Labor
  • HE1-9990 Transportation and communications
  • HF1-6182 Commerce
  • HG1-9999 Finance
  • HJ9-9940 Public finance

 

Library of Congress Classification Outline: Class H - Social Sciences

        Library of Congress Classification Outline: Class H - Social Sciences

      Google Book Search

      Use Google Book Search to discover additional books addressing your topic (full-text keyword search).

      Search the Library Catalog

      Have you narrowed down your topic? Do you have all the background information you need and find yourself ready to get more in depth research? If you answered YES then you are ready to:

      Search the Catalog

      You can find books in Wardman Library by searching the online Catalog.

       

       

       

      When searching the online catalog, a basic search will let you search by keyword, title, author, subject or call number. An advanced search will let you search by a combination of these fields, as well as by format, language, location, and date.

      Finding Books the Library Doesn't Own

      LINK+ is a consortium of over 50 public and academic libraries in California and Nevada. Whittier College patrons can electronically request an item not available in Wardman Library and have it is delivered to them in 2-4 days. The service is free and extremely convenient. The loan period is 21 days with one renewal. Go to our Link+ page to get started and follow the prompts below:

      • Search for the book by Title, Keyword, Subject etc. and select “Submit.”
      • If your title is available you will be able to select “Request this Item.”
      • Follow the prompts to enter your name and barcode number located on the back of your student ID.
      • Items arrive in the library in about 2 to 4 days and will be held for up to 10 days. The loan period is 21 days with one renewal. The late fees are $1/day. 

      If the item you are searching for is not available through LINK+, you can request it through Interlibrary Loan.