Books are good for in-depth information that covers many issues of a topic. They can be physical books or online.
Reference materials include encyclopedias and dictionaries and give an overview of a topic to give you ideas, definitions, or lines of research to follow. Physical reference books cannot be taken out of the library.
Circulating books means you can take them out of the library for a long period of time. The Circulating Collection is on the third floor.
Use the search box to find print and electronic books. (You are searching all three SDCCD libraries, not just City.)
These can be either reference, circulating, or on reserve (textbooks).
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These are only a few examples of mathematics-related terms found using the SDCCD Books+ tab. For ebooks, limit Availability (in the left-hand column) to Available online.
Use the SDCCD Books+ tab to limit to books in both our print and electronic collections. Click the links below to check on their availability. Circulating books are located on the third floor.
To get access to library resources from off-campus: