Answered By: Your Library Team Last Updated: Feb 20, 2019 Views: 306
From your results, click View It to see the online item or Get It to see the location and availability of print copies:
The Multiple Versions symbol indicates several editions. Click View...versions of this item to see them all:
Click X to take away any refinement you’ve applied and go back to your search:
From the results you will be able to find the shelfmark for the item (this will be either a Dewey number or National Library of Medicine number). You will also see the location of your item (which library and sequence it is in) and how many copies are available.
In the example below, the number at the top (551.61793) is the Dewey shelfmark for the book. We put a shelfmark on each book to show where it belongs in the library sequence, which runs in order from 000 to 999. Each set of shelves in the library has a notice on the end to show which part of the sequence you are looking at.
You can check out our FAQ on where to find items by shelfmark at each library site.