How do I find a book in the library?

How do I find a book in the library?

Aimed at:  Edinburgh Napier’s staff & students

To find this  book - Chapman, N., & Chapman, J. (2009) Digital multimedia. Chichester: John Wiley.

  • Go to LibrarySearch.
  • Enter a word or two from the title and the author surname and click search.
    In your results, you'll see the shelfmark (e.g. 006.7 CHA below). Make a note of it to find where the book is on the shelf in the Library.
  • Follow the signs in the library to find the section you are looking for. e.g. The 006s.

Find a book


Staff:
Go to the Finding books intranet page.
Students: Go to the Finding books myNapier page.

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