•Searches only for the words, not the concepts. •Is often the best search to do initially, until you know what the Subject terms are. •Can be used in conjunction with an outline to conceptualize a topic.
•Searches the concept (as defined by the Library of Congress Subject Headings) •Is often better done when the keyword search isn't garnering material appropriate to the topic. •May take more work, but will yield better results than a keyword search.
Search for books, journals, and other items in the UC Davis libraries contains records for books, journals, archives, music scores, maps, government documents and other material in the UC Davis libraries (excluding Law and departmental libraries). CSUS students can go to the libraries and borrow up to 5 books. Some material doesn't circulate.