Often, a successful search strategy uses both keyword searching and subject searching:
Do a keyword search to find materials on your topic.
Examine the list of materials to locate one whose content seems to match your topic.
Once you have this one item on the computer screen, look at the subject/descriptor field to determine which subject/descriptor heading best matches your topic.
Do a new search for material on your topic. This time, try a subject search for the subject/descriptor heading that looked promising.
Check out the Library Basics guide to learn more about the different search strategies.
These titles are available in Jerome Library. The links below will take you to the catalog record in order for you to get the call number. Some of the titles are available at the Research & Information Desk.
To find additional books, you can search the three main catalogs:
Search these ebook collections for possible sources, especially if you're away from campus! If you are using them off-campus, you may need to authenticate with your name, P number, and your library password/PIN.