Answered By: Sharon Nangle Last Updated: Aug 25, 2015 Views: 71
The best place to find things in the Library is in the Library catalogues:
- Check SAULCAT first for the Library's print and electronic collections, as it contains records for most of the Library's resources.
SAULCAT includes details of journals as well as books, and also provides links into e-journals and e-books bought by the Library.
For more information see the SAULCAT page on our website.
- SAULCAT is not yet a comprehensive list of things held at St Andrews Library, you may need to view our other catalogues if you can't find what you need on SAULCAT.
If you want to search for Online resources, using eg. Keywords or Topic, use SEEKER. SEEKER allows you to do a single search across most of the Library's resources - the many online databases (which provide e-journal articles, newspaper reports, newswires, conference proceedings, e-books, book reviews, open access material, theses, and much more), and also SAULCAT, the Library catalogue.
You can also check for a Reading List for your course, which will provide details about the resources in the Library for your courses.