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How To Search the Library Collections
A guide to basic research skills, and how to access the Library Collections at CityU
The fastest way to find an item is to copy and paste the title into the search bar on the library homepage.
Example search:Happiness is from the soul: The nature and origins of our happiness concept
If the library has it in the collection, it should be in the first few results. If you don’t see it, proceed to the Interlibrary Loan page.
Through the Journal Finder
Journal articles can also be found using the Journal Finder tool. If you have a full citation, use the journal title to search for the volume and issue where you will find your article. This is an alternative that allows you to see other articles in that issue and potentially discover other articles related to your topic. You can also search within a journal using keywords.
Make note of the Journal title, as well as the volume and issue information.