Let's assume the following book and book chapter are on your reading list:
Greed, C. (1996) Introducing Town Planning. 2nd ed. Harlow: Longman
Fishman, R. (2015) 'Urban Utopias in the Twentieth Century: Ebenezer Howard, Frank Lloyd Wright and Le Corbusier', in Fainstein, S. S. and Defilippis, J. (eds.) Readings in Planning Theory. 4th edn. Chichester: Wiley, pp. 33-59
For the first example, search for:
["introducing town planning" greed]
For the second example, search for:
[fainstein "readings in planning theory"]
– i.e. the book title, not the chapter title and the book editor, not the chapter author
You can search by general keyword, e.g. entering [civil eng*] would find all resources with civil engineering/engineers etc in the title, keywords or author.
N.B. the * is used to truncate words, so eng* finds resources with engineers, engineering, engineered etc in the title, keywords or author.
Think carefully about your keywords. See also:
Discovery cross searches many different types of resources. Use the limiters on the left hand side of the screen to narrow your results.
To limit your results to only books:
To limit your search to only eBooks:
To Limit your search to print books at your campus Library:
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Borrowing is available if you are within traveling distance form the library (i.e. you can collect and return books). We do not offer a postal service.
Note, these videos refer to 'Vision', which is now called 'Canvas'.