Information regarding how to check out a book, place a book on hold, request a book from another library, and access an ebook can be found on our LibGuide, Longview - Introduction to the Library and Research.
571 Physiology and related subjects
573 Specific physiological systems in animals, regional histology and physiology in animals
575 Specific parts of and physiological systems in plants
576 Genetics and evolution
578 Natural history of organisms and related subjects
579 Natural history of microorganisms, fungi, algae
First try the KC-Towers catalog to see if another MCC library or Kansas City college has the book and request it to be sent to Longview.
Students are able to request books for FREE from all over the state of Missouri and have them sent to Longview for pick-up.
Use the MOBIUS catalog to access millions of books. If you find a book you would like, hit REQUEST and fill out the form.
Keywords are incredibly important in your search for books, articles, websites, and other resources. Search results can only be as good as the information you put into the search bar, so think carefully about your search terms. When using catalogs and databases, avoid typing questions, but rather use words and terms that are appropriate for academics.
Keywords for Biology:
Utilize the Advanced Search feature for databases, catalogs, and search engines.
Limit the search results by date, publisher, file type, and more.
Type in multiple keywords separated by AND, OR, or NOT.
"AND" will only provide results where all of the keywords appear. "OR" will provide results where any of the keywords appear. "NOT" will exclude results that include that particular keyword.
It is also useful to utilize quotation marks around multi-word terms when you want the term to appear exactly as you type it. For instance if you searched for information about "distracted driving" placing the term in quotation marks tell the search that you only want results where those words appears together.