To browse for books on your topic, you need to know where in the library to look. The MCC Library book collection is located in the stacks, also known as the quiet study area. It is to the left and back of the circulation desk.
MCC Library uses Library of Congress Classification System to organize and shelve books in our collection. This means books on the same topic will be shelved next to each other.
To find out the call number area for a particular topic, it is best to first search the library catalog. to do this, follow the steps below:
To Find a Book on Your Topic:
Once you have the call number for a book closely related to your topic, you can go to that area of the stacks and look at the other books on the shelf in the same area. They should be related to your topic. The Library Catalog also has a "Virtual Browse". At the bottom of the item you selected, see the covers and links to other books on the same topic.