Search OneSearch for Keywords. Use the title, author, and other information about the book to complete an interlibrary loan request to have the book shipped to your home address or the CAP Indy Center [more instructions on requesting books from campus below]. If you'll be on campus, you may also place a hold on a book and pick it up in the library by signing in and selecting "Request" in the book record.
Select "Book/eBook" under Content Type to limit your search to books only.
Most libraries assign Library of Congress Subject Headings to items in their catalogs. Look for subjects to use in your searches:
University Libraries Interlibrary Loan will deliver books from the Architecture Library or Bracken Library and copies of articles from print journals to your home address or the CAP Indy Center. The library will ship the books to you for free, but you are responsible for the expense of shipping the books back to the library or dropping them off on campus.
To have items delivered to you:
If the book is checked out, you need to hold/recall the book and then have it sent to you via Interlibrary Loan (see below for instructions).