Using ITS.MARC
Help Index
Search Window
General Search
Author Searches
Limit Searches
Title Searches
Boolean Searches
Right Hand Truncation
Combination Searches

Browse the Catalog

Record Display
MARC Records

Using the Browse Feature

The Browse feature gives you a different way to search for and display results than the Search and Combination search options.

First, it lets you select Titles, Authors, Subjects, Notes, Control Number, STRN, Music Number, NLCN, SUDOC Number, REPORT Number, GPO, ISBN, ISSN, OR LCCN. (Only one field can be searched at a time.)

Second, it creates a list of the results for your limited search and displays them in the form of a list in which you can move up or down (browse).

For example, you could perform a Title search for works containing Shakespeare (Figure 16). The results would be available in the form of a word list which you can browse using the up or down arrows (Figure 17).

You could also perform a Dewey Call number search. Your results would be available in the form of a numeric list which you can browse using the up or down arrows.

Previous Help Index Next


TLC on FacebookTLC on TwitterTLC on Pinterest TLC Google Plus