Page Library uses the Library of Congress (LC) classification system to organize books by specific subjects. The LC system uses an alphanumeric system that looks like this: "A 253 .B52 1997". To find books related to your topic, first search Arthur, the Page Library catalog. By doing a Subject or Keyword search you will find a variety of titles that relate to your topic, but a Keyword search may not give you sources directly related to your chosen search terms. If you know the title of the source you are looking for, you could opt for the Exact Title search to save yourself some time.
Many sources related to Civil Engineering will be located downstairs (in the general collection) in the section: J.
You could also find a number of good resources in the reference collection and print journals (located on the main floor and upstairs), and in the Government Documents section upstairs.
For more information about finding books, journal articles, etc. please click around this LibGuide!
Click on the blue tabs above to find information on how to find articles and books on political science. There is also a citation tab to assist with creating citations. Remember, if you need any assistance, please let us know. We are all here to aid the learning process!
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