Subject headings are often a more accurate and comprehensive way of searching for a topic than keyword searching. Subject headings can be found on the left-hand column of search results in the catalog, or at the end of a book's catalog entry.
Here are some sample subject searches:
When searching for books on business ethics, try to use broad terms like management or business, combined with religion or religious aspects.
To remove government documents from your search results, locate the "limit to" row just under the search bar. Then, change "Hekman Library" to "General Collection."
Even if Hekman Library doesn't own a particular book or article that you need, you can borrow or get a copy from another library through our MeL and ILL sharing services. Just use the links below to search outside of Hekman's holdings and make requests - if you have any questions or problems, the librarians are always available to help!