- Always write down the call number of your book, because this is what allows you to locate the book on the shelf.
- In the Archer Library, non-reference books are on the 3rd and 4th floors.
If you both live and study outside of Regina, check out the guide below.
Start looking for books by using the Library's QuickFind:
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Looking for a book that's not in the library? Find books outside our collection using the resources in the boxes below.
Once you have information about the book you need from another collection, make an inter-library loan (ILL) request.
WorldCat is the world's largest bibliographic database, with approximately 180 million bibliographic records of any type of material, in 470 languages. It's like being able to search through all the libraries of the world at once. Use it to determine if you have located all books in your subject area, or to see if a book will be easily available through Inter-Library Loan.
Includes access to separate parallel databases such as ArticleFirst (articles), PapersFirst (conference papers), Proceedings (conferences), and OISter (digital objects).
Google Books allows you to get a sneak peek at some publications. Search here to get a look at excerpts from books to help you determine if a book is worth taking the time to track down.