To locate relevant books, search by Author, Title, Keyword, Subject, etc. in the following catalogs:
You can find basic tips on how to use these catalogs here: http://guides.osu.edu/help/home
A call number is essential to locating any item. Our library uses the Library of Congress classification system, which consists of letters and numbers. The first letter (or letters) represents a subject area. Books and other materials are then collated under that section. For example:
When you find a source on the OSU Libraries Catalog, it will show you the call number and the location of the material:
Once you have the call number, you can consult the Law Library Map to find where the book is located:
You can check out material from any OSU Library and from any library available through OhioLINK. Remember to check out RA materials using your professor's account. You are personally responsible for material checked out on your account. To check the status of requested items, renew books, or pay fines, visit your Library Account.
If you have any questions, visit the Circulation Desk or email Kaylie Vermillion, Circulation Manager (email@example.com).