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CSTU 101: General Guide to Finding Books & E-books

A guide to assist Dr. Donald's students in working through assignments for CSTU 101.

Where is Search Anything?

Search Anything is located on the library home page (library.liberty.edu) and broadly searches across books, ebooks, articles and more.

You can also search this, and all other Research Guides, using the Search Box located in the top right corner of the page.

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Library of Congress Subject Guides

Our library organizes our collection by the library of congress classification system.  Many of the books you need will be found in one of these subclasses.

Library of Congress Classification Outline

 

CLASS N - FINE ARTS

Subclass N --Visual arts

Subclass NA --Architecture

Subclass NB --Sculpture

Subclass NC --Drawing.Design.Illustration

Subclass ND --Painting

Subclass NE --Print media

Subclass NK --Decorative arts

Subclass NX --Arts in general

 

Finding and Getting Books

Your two best places for finding books will be from our library catalog and from worldcat.

LU Online Students -- Please take note of our delivery services found here.

** Worth Noting **

Some students mention that they can't find enough books on their topic.

  • If you've found one book in our physical collection, the others in the area should be on the same or similar topic.
  • If you've found one book in our online collection, doing a search on the subject terms assigned to the book will help you find more books on that topic.
  • See if there is a bibliography or works cited/consulted section in your book.  If the author thought these books helped in the creation of a book on that topic, they will likely help you as well.
  • Ask your professor for ideas for additional resources.
  • Ask a libarian for assistance.