Copy and paste the search words below into the library databases for best results.
Putting a phrase in quotation marks will get more accurate results. See the Search Tips box.
Using OR in capital tells the database to look for either word, because they are synonyms.
Keywords vs. subject headings
There are two types of search words:
Sometimes keywords and subject headings are the same: sleep, for instance. Subject headings are more accurate ways to say an idea that might be ambiguous.
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The Library of Congress link shows the code used to shelve the books by subject.