Information on how to locate books on economics in the Pollak Library and beyond.
Use the library's online catalog to find books on your topic in the CSUF Library. You may search for an item by author, title, subject, and call number, as well as any word in the title, subject, and content notes. If you are having difficulty finding materials using a subject search, use a word search instead. Do not hesitate to ask a librarian for help.
Information you will find of value in the catalog include:
|Where the item is located (in the stacks, reference, business tables or some other area),
|The call number (where the book is filed on the shelf)
|The status (whether it is on the shelf, missing or checked out to another borrower). If the book is out to another borrower, please place a “recall” on the book at the circulation desk.
Materials in this library are classified and shelved by the Library of Congress classification system. Most books on economics may generally be found in the HB-HD range. The Library of Congress systems puts books on similar subjects together on the shelf. Some useful subjects to search for books on economics are:
To Find Books in Other Libraries:
CSUF library does not own all the books published in the world. If this library does not own the book you need, you can obtain it from another library. To locate and borrow books from other libraries:
|Worldcat contains the combined catalogs of thousands of libraries from around the world. Books found in Worldcat may be ordered, at no charge to current students, faculty, and staff, through Interlibrary Loan.