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Search the Sofia Discovery tool for McGill's collection of resources: books, journals & articles, multimedia, and other resources, in both print or electronic format.

Tips for finding books

Use the Sofia Discovery tool (the library catalogue) to find books in print and electronic formats. You can search using words like - aerospace, engineering, engineer*, etc.

Search tips

Truncation symbol: * e.g. aeronautic* will retrieve catalogue records containing the words aeronautic, aeronautics, aeronautical, etc.
Phrase searching: "___" e.g. "space vehicles" will retrieve catalogue records containing the phrase space vehicles
Boolean operators: (), AND, OR, NOT
default: AND
Boolean operators must be in capital letters
e.g. engineering AND (aeronautics OR astronautics) will retrieve catalogue records containing the word engineering AND either aeronautics OR astronautics

Locating a book by call number

You can locate a print book by call number by going to the Sofia Discovery tool and typing a specific call number in the search box. For example, typing nu: TL1097 I49 2006 in the search box will retrieve "Intelligence for space robotics". Please note that you can be precise or general when listing a call number (e.g. searching just nu: TL1097 will retrieve several books in that subject area).

Virtual browsing

Once you locate an ebook or print book of interest, you can browse the shelves virtually to find other books on similar topics. First, locate a book of interest by searching the Sofia Discovery tool using keywords and limiting to print books from options on the left-hand side of the results screen. Next, click on "Browse the shelf" where you will see neighboring books available in print and as ebooks. For example, books near to Intelligence for space robotics include Introduction to the mechanics of space robots and Space robotics.


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