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French: Find Books

Guide to French resources

All-in-One Search

 

 Databases | Classic Catalog | Remote Access | Help                                

 

 Databases | Classic Catalog | Remote Access | Help                                

 

 Databases | Classic Catalog | Remote Access | Help                                

 

 Databases | Classic Catalog | Remote Access | Help                                

Sample of Books on French Language

Searching for Books

Searching for books using the library's catalog is easy.

Some helpful steps to follow when searching the library's catalog include:bookcases in Library

  • Brainstorm some Keywords to begin your search
  • Use Boolean Operators to enhance your searches (e.g. music AND piracy - will narrow your results by searching for both of the keywords together)
  • Locate the Call Number and check availability of the book.

Do you need a book or article that RCCC does not own?

Books or articles not owned by RCCC can usually be borrowed from other libraries by the Interlibrary Loan Department. You can submit an Interlibrary Loan request in person or online.

The video below looks at requesting items from other libraries. 

Call Numbers

What is a Call Number?

picture of spines of books

The Call Number is a series of letters and numbers located at the bottom of the spine of the book. Each book has a unique call number making it easy to find on the shelf. At the end of every shelf, an alphabetical range is given to help you easily locate your book.