Title Searching in DELCAT

Title searches in DELCAT begin with the command t=. If you know the title of the book, magazine or other item you want, title searches are a simple and effective way to see if the Library owns the item.

Title Search Tip: In a title search, if the title begins with "a," "an," or "the," start with the second word of the title. These words are called initial articles. If common words such as "the," or "an" are within the title, they must be included For example, which would be the correct title search for The Journal of the Early Republic?

To locate the The Journal of Education for Business, the correct DELCAT search would be t=journal of education for business.

This search brings up the following DELCAT screen.

Do a title search on DELCAT.