Use OneSearch on the library website to search for books et cetera in the library.
Books on New London are classified in a variety of locations throughout the library:
333.78 So88 — Southeastern Connecticut, Regional Planning
362 — Hospitals, New London
917.465 — Parks, New London
E185.93 — African Americans, Connecticut
E241 — New London, History
E444 — Slavery, Connecticut
F102 — New London, History
F104 — New London, History
HE336 — Pedestrians, City planning
HF3163 — Whaling, New London
HG2613 — Savings bank, New London
JS1198 — New London, Ordinances
NK7111 — Silverwork, Connecticut
PS3529 — New London, Homes and haunts
S599 — Soils, New London
HD9000 — Food supply, Connecticut
HE356 — Traffic flow, New London
HN49 — Community development, New London
HT168 — City planning, Connecticut
To Browse for books online, inside OneSearch click on Browse Search, or scroll to the bottom of any book item record for the virtual browse feature.
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If you're looking for a book that is not available at Connecticut College, the next best option is to place a CTW request. Use OneSearch (listed above) to search for the book. After you type in your keywords, limit the search to CTW Books and Media to see if Trinity College or Wesleyan University have an available copy (see search tips at right, and request steps below).
As a member of the CTW Consortium, students at Connecticut College may borrow books from Trinity College and Wesleyan University. A request via CTW will often arrive within 48 hours. To make a CTW request:
Once this final request form is submitted, you should receive an email update notifying you when the book is ready for pickup at the circulation desk.
WorldCat is a catalog of books and other materials held in libraries worldwide. Use this database to search for materials outside the CTW catalog, and place requests through Interlibrary Loan (ILL). It takes approximately eight days for an ILL book loan to arrive and two days for an article request to be delivered as a PDF. You will receive an email when your materials are ready for pick up or have been delivered to your account.