(Row Number One) Do an Advanced Search for author = Ta-Nehisi Coates then follow the "View It" links to find the full text of an article. Email the article to yourself.
(Row Number Two) Do an Advanced Search for title = One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest . What is the call number for Chemeketa's copy? Find a secondary source, something written about One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest. What is the title and who is the author?
(Row Number Three) Do an Advanced Search for title = N : Mass Incarceration in Age of Colorblindness. Does Chemeketa have a copy? Is it available? Click on "Get It" to see which of our partner libraries own it and to see the request form.
(Row Number Four) Do a search for Emancipation Proclamation. Limit your results to "full text" then limit your results to "reference entry." Follow the "view it" links to see a reference entry for Emancipation Proclamation.
(Row Number Five) Do a search for Sentencing guidelines and justice. Scan the list of results and identify one potentially helpful source. On the left, under Topic, click on More Options. From the topic list, note keywords that may be helpful as you continue searching.
Library Search - Find books, articles, media, & more
In the example pictured, after locating the Reference shelves of the library, read the decimal number first, then the next line. This call number represents a dictionary of English rhymes by an author named Upton.
This short video will show you how to use Library Search to discover books and articles in print and full text online at Chemeketa and many other libraries.
Summit is the system used to request books and other items from 38 college and university libraries in Oregon, Washington, and Idaho. You must be logged into the library search to see Summit links.
Tip: Use all lowercase letters for your My Chemeketa login name.
Please note that an item that is on the shelf is not always requestable. Check your My Chemeketa e-mail for news about your request.
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