|Elementary education||LB 1501-1547|
|Secondary education||LB 1603-1696|
|School administration||LB 2801-2979|
If you are looking for a particular book, the fastest way to find it is with a title browse search.
1. On the library homepage, select Browse Search.
3. Type the beginning of the title of the book and hit enter.
A browse search is not quite like a normal search. It will pull up the exact result and anything near it alphabetically in the browse list. What it won't do is show you search results that are close to, but not quite, what you searched for. The best method for finding a title is to type the first three or four words of the title exactly and see what comes up.
A note about articles (the grammar kind, not the journal kind!):
If your title starts with A, AN, or THE, leave the article off and start with the next word. For instance, instead of The Lord of the Rings search for Lord of the Rings.
THIS and THAT are always included in the title, i.e. That Hideous Strength would be found by searching for That Hideous Strength, not Hideous Strength.
Start here to find thousands of books, media, and scholarly journal articles housed at Foley and available to you electronically.
If you can't find the material you need at Foley Library, check WorldCat, a database of titles from libraries worldwide. WorldCat allows you to locate your desired materials (books, movies, music, etc.) at other area libraries, or order them to be delivered to Gonzaga for free through our Interlibrary Loan service, ILLiad.