The Library's Catalog gives bibliographic and location information for books, government publications, videos, and audio CDs. In addition to these tangible materials that are represented in the Catalog, it also contains links to thousands of electronic books and government publications.
The Catalog covers the collections of both the Blume Library and the Law Library. Be careful to notice which Library holds an item when making a note of its location.
NOTE: the Catalog does not index individual journal issues. In other words, you can't use it to find journal articles. For that, you need one of our databases. Check the Journal Articles tab.
In addition to tangible books and government publications, you can also find records to electronic-only books and government publications in the Catalog. These titles will either have no "location" noted in the Catalog, or will have "Blume Online Service" given as the "location."
Government publications, as well as some other freely available electronic material, can be accessed from on or off-campus without any sort of St. Mary's authentication. For electronic books available through NetLibrary, you must create a free account with this service through an on-campus computer. Then you may access these titles from off-campus by using your NetLibrary login. For more information on finding and using electronic books, check this Research Guide.
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