This is a basic guide that helps you to locate a specific book (when you already have a title in mind) using OPAC, the default library catalogue search in XJTLU Library. test
This consists of the following steps:
(i) Searching OPAC
(ii) Checking the physical location of book (Where is the book physically located?)
(iii) Checking the status of the book (Is the book available or out of stock?)
(iv) Verifying if the book is available for loan (How do I check-out the book?)
(v) Returning the book before due date (How do I check-in the book?)
(vi) Renewing the item if you still need to use it (How do I check and renew the book?)
(vii) Reserving an item if the item is out of loan (How do I place a hold or request if the book is not on shelf?)
(viii) Recommending a book to be purchased or doing an inter-library loan if the item is not held in XJTLU Library. (How do I obtain a book if XJTLU Library does not own it?)
If you are looking for a book that might be in your interest, you should do a keyword search or browse the shelves by call numbers.
To check the availability of any item you would like to borrow, please go to http://opac.lib.xjtlu.edu.cn. You may log in using your XJTLU account (same login information as your university email account). Simply search the catalogue using key words relevant to your desired item (author, name, subject etc.). Click on any item to see its detailed information such as call number or location in the library. The detailed information will display the floor your item is located on; use the call number to locate the item on the library bookshelves (look for stickers relevant to your call number). If all the copies of the book are on loan and you still wish to borrow it, please refer to the RESERVE BOOKS section.
Some book titles have very generic titles such as Introduction to Econometrics . Moreover textbooks are often available in many editions. If you want a specific edition , instead of searching by title you can try searching by ISBN or the call number of the book.
You can also try doing a more specific search in the new Multi-Field Search by searching the title, author and the limit by year.