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Your online tutorial on how to find resources at the Tyndale libraries and beyond using WorldCat Local
Last Updated: May 7, 2015 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Please note that as we await the construction  of the new Main Library stacks there are a number of items in the Tyndale library collections that have gone into closed stacks or off-site storage.

To determine the availability of resources at the Tyndale Libraries and where you can find those resources, please refer to the chart in the middle column. You can also download a PDF copy of the chart for your own personal use by clicking the link below.

If you require further assistance Ask a Tyndale Librarian

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Tyndale WorldCat

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Introducing Tyndale on WorldCat

This guide is intended to help you get acquainted with the Tyndale's WorldCat. WorldCat is a powerful tool that you can use to find both print and electronic resources available through the Tyndale Libraries and libraries worldwide. 

Use the tabs at the top of this Guide to learn how to conduct searches, locate specific types of resources and use your  WorldCat and Tyndale borrower's accounts. Let's start the online tutorial by learning how to Search Tyndale WorldCat.

The Tyndale Library is currently in transition. As we wait for our new library stacks to be built you will find books in unexpected places. To navigate this temporary situation please consult the instructions below:


Determining the Availability of Tyndale Library Books


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