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SSI2-168: Zen Insights and Oversights: Finding Monographs (Scholarly Books)

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Subject Searches: Familiarize yourself with the Library of Congress Subject Headings and the call numbers associated with them. When you find a subject heading that describes what you are looking for, you can run searches in Primo and/or go up to the stacks and browse the shelves within that call number range. Some specific examples of relevant Library of Congress Subject Headings include:

Tip:  Use the bibliographies in subject encyclopedias to identify specific titles of books.  Once you find a book that is useful for you, take a look at its subject headings to find more like that.

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