"Use reference books, also called reference or background sources, to get quick specific facts or information or an overview of a subject...Some examples of reference sources are: dictionaries, encyclopedias, bibliographies, almanacs, directories, atlases, and handbooks. These can be online or in print" (McKenzie, 2017).
Even though the library buildings are closed for regular services, you can place non-Instructor Reserve and non-reference books, CDs, and DVDs on hold for pick-up.
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Instructor Reserves are textbooks that don't leave the library. While the library is closed due to COVID-19, you can request a chapter to be scanned and sent to you through campus email. Make your requests through this form. The circulation staff will fulfill requests in 1-2 business days.
Reference books are books that don't leave the library. While the library is closed due to COVID-19, contact the library faculty directly if you would like something scanned and sent to your campus email. The faculty are not on campus, but we can work with the few circulation staff members who come into the building to get information for you.
Find more radiology reference books through OneSearch, the library catalog.