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FAQs : How to Find a Book At the State College of Florida Library: Book Search

Step by step and video on how to search the State College of Florida Library catalog to find a book. This is a way to find print material.

How to Find a Book

How to...


Find a Book, Request a Book and Suggest a Book at the Library Catalog. 

 

 

 

 

Step by Step 

 

Go to SCF.edu/library

 

Image of SCF.edu/library

 

 

The two places to locate the Library Catalog.  Use the left-hand link to go in and do a keyword, title or author search. Limit the search to books under the search.  Or use the Google-like search to immediately begin search.  Modify the search to Books under the search box. Book results will have a call number to physically locate the books where they are shelved. 

 

Select Library Catalog from Scf.edu/library

 

 

Request a book to be sent to a closer campus but logging in first.  The Log-In Borrower ID is the SCF G number. The PIN is the last 4 digits of the SCF G#.  Click on request. Select destination. Click on hold. 

 

Go to Request after logging in at scf.edu/library

 

 

Request Books from other College Libraries.

Log in to the upper right of the Library Catalog.  The Borrower ID is the SCF G#.  The PIN is the last 4 digits of your G#. Use the drop down box by the search button.  Select All 28 Colleges.

The Library will eMail you when your request is ready for pickup at the selected location.

Allow 2-3 weeks for delivery.

 

 

Request books from other libraries using this method.

 

There is a feedback link on ever Library Website (SCF.edu/library)  page.  We are always taking collection development and service enhancement ideas.  We would love to hear from you.

Shows link to make resource suggestion.

 

 

 

Questions?  Ask A Librarian!