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Often, a successful search strategy uses both keyword searching and subject searching:
Begin with a keyword search to find materials on your topic.
Examine the list of materials to locate items in which the content seems to match your topic.
Once you have identified an item(s), look at the Topical subject(s) to determine what subject heading(s) best matches your topic.
Re try your search selecting subject search using any of the subject headings that looked promising.
Selected Catalog Subject Heading Searches
Use the following list of Library of Congress (LC) Subject Headings to identify materials in the ASU Library Catalog. If you do not see your subject listed below - select a Keyword search in the ASU Library Catalog and enter the term or terms that best describe your topic.
WorldCat provides searchable access to materials in libraries around the world.
NOTE: You may request items NOT available in the Classic Catalog via ILLiad (Interlibrary Loan).
Contains over 50 million records cataloged by OCLC member libraries throughout the world: Appalachian State University Library is a member (OCLC member code=NJB). Includes records representing 400 languages.
Primarily books, but also includes manuscripts, computer data files, maps, computer programs, musical scores, films and slides, newspapers, journals, sound recordings, and videotapes. WorlCat does not include book chapters or individual articles in journals, magazines, and newspapers.