You can use Library Search to search for books, videos and DVDs, music scores, and other materials owned by the Claremont Colleges Library. There are many ways to search; for example, by author, by title, or by keyword.
If you're looking for information on a topic you're researching, use the basic search. Enter the most important words from your topic into the search box and click search.
Example: to find out about the effect of violence in the media on young children, try keywords like media violence children.
To find a book by either the Title of the book or by the name of its author you will need to select the Advanced Search option.
If you are looking for something by a particular author or creator, you will first need to select Author Phrase from the pull down menu in Advanced Search. Once Author Phrase is selected, enter "last name, first name" into the search box and click search.
Example: Obama, Barack
If you are looking for something by a particular title, you will first need to select Title Phrase from the pull down menu in Advanced Search. Once Title Phrase is selected, enter the title of the book into the search box and click search.
Example: for the title The Economics of Energy and the Production Process: an Evolutionary Approach, type the whole title or type just the first few words in order: the economics of energy.
This PDF shows what call numbers are on what floors of Honnold/Mudd. There are also copies at the Services Desk.