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How do I find a book/item that I want?
You can find an item/book using the Taylor’s Catalogue which is available at the respective campus. The catalogue contains records of books, print and e-journals, e-books, dissertations, past year exam papers, music, serials, visual materials and restricted-access research papers.
Once you have located the item, note down the call numbers of the titles. You can locate the items using the call number. Books on the shelf are arranged according to the call number, starting numerically, then alphabetically. (e.g. 610 ARM, 610 BAC, 612 AMI, 612 BEI)
How do I find journals or magazine titles?
To find a journal in the Catalogue, use one of the following methods:
How do I find Audio Visual Materials?
Alternatively use the following keywords in your Quick Search:
Videos, movies, VCDs, DVDs: use “videorecording”, e.g. Malaysia videorecording;
How do I find dissertations?
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