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WorldCat: How to use it: Home

Your online tutorial on how to find resources at the Tyndale libraries and beyond using WorldCat Local

Tyndale WorldCat

Find electronic resources

Introducing Tyndale on WorldCat

This guide is intended to help you get acquainted with the Tyndale's catalogue, 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 account. Let's start the online tutorial by learning how to Search Tyndale WorldCat.

WorldCat is mobile-friendly allowing you to search from anywhere.

WorldCat provides access to print and online resources. You can browse items in Stacks locations. You must request items in Storage locations as these are shelved in closed stacks.

Location of Library Books

The location of the book is listed beside the call number in the WorldCat search results. Items in storage must be requested through Horsey Express.