How to locate books in the library
Materials in the Woodbury University Library are arranged in several collections, including Reference, Stacks, Oversize, Special Collections, Media Collections and others.
To locate an item in the library’s collection, use the call number and location you find in the library’s online catalog , which are listed under the "Location" and "Call Number" columns in the item’s record.
Example - for the book: The IKEA edge: Building global growth and social good at the world's most iconic home store
The Holdings info indicate that the Call Number is HD9773 .S84 I264 2012 and the Location is Burbank Stacks.
Note whether the item is checked out or available by looking at the information in the ‘Status’ column.
Search for books on your subject in Woodbury's Library catalog here!
Most (but not all) books on business-related subjects can be found in the following call areas:
|HB||Economic Theory. Demography|
|HC||Economic history and conditions|
|HD||Industries. Land use. Labor|
|HE||Transportation and communications|
Be sure to browse those call areas within the different collections (Oversize, Stacks, DVDs, Periodicals).
If you're unclear on anything, please feel free to ask a librarian!