Searching by keyword allows you to find words mentioned in book titles, chapter titles, subjects, and author names. Keyword searches can be combined to find books on two or more topics using AND or OR. Searching by Subject Heading is more precise, but searches for broad topics in the book.
Some subject headings you may want to start at include the following. Some will have cross references to other related topics, and most will have sub-headings for more specific topics, formats, or geographic areas:
The UT Libraries use the Library of Congress Call Number system for organizing our books. You can browse the shelves in our libraries in the following call numbers:
|LA201-398||History of Education - United States|
|LB5-3640||Theory and practice of education|
|LB1705-2286||Education and training of teachers and administrators|
|LB2328||Community & Junior Colleges|
|LD13-7501||Individual Instituions (United States)|
|LH1-9||College and school magazines and papers|
|LJ3-165||Student fraternities and societies, United States|
Don't forget that in addition to all of the books available in the University of Toledo Libraries locations, you also have access to books from any of the more than 85 OhioLINK partner libraries. Whenever you are in the University of Toledo Library Catalog, you can click on the OhioLINK button to perform the same search in libraries across the state. Or you can start your search in the OhioLINK Catalog itself (also see box below). See here for more information about requesting and borrowing items from OhioLINK libraries.