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A call number is a series of letters and numbers that tells you exactly where to find item on our shelves:

Items are arranged on our shelves from A - Z using Library of Congress call numbers. For books, the call number label is found on a white sticker on the spine of the book (the part facing toward you on the shelf).

Check out the video below for a walk-through of how call numbers work. If you need help, ask the nearest library staff member.

If the item is not at your campus, you can request it by looking it up in the Library's Content System, then use the Request It link in the item's record (you will be prompted to log in using your GTC4me email address and password).

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