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You will need a call number to find where the book sits on the shelf! We use Library of Congress (LC) call numbers, like most college and university libraries. You can learn how to use call numbers here:
Provides a fast and easy search portal for jump-starting your research process. Whether you need to find a specific book, or a selection of articles for your paper, or explore general scholarship on a topic, Worldcat is a great place to begin. You can also use it to request books from other libraries, including CTW.
What is CTW?
The acronym CTW names Connecticut College, Trinity College, and Wesleyan University. Wesleyan and is the name of a consortium of the libraries at these three schools. As a student at Trinity College, you have the same borrowing privileges at Conn and Wesleyan as you have here at Trinity. For example, you can borrow books for 28 days and renew them 3 times.