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Browse

Select the Browse tab from the navigation bar on MultiSearch. Here you can browse for material by searching for an Author, main editor, or (in some cases) contributor. To browse by a person's name you need to enter the terms in a specific format:
Last name First name (e.g., Dickens Charles)

Select the Browse tab from the navigation bar on MultiSearch. Here you can browse for material by searching on its title. The first step is to select title from the Browse by drop-down menu. Next enter the full title or the first few words of the title and search.

Select the Browse tab from the navigation bar on MultiSearch. Here you can browse for material by searching for its subject. The first step is to select Subject from the Browse by drop-down menu. Next enter the subject terms you wish to browse by - simpler is better as you can browse the alphabetical list to find other relevant terms.

Select the Browse tab from the navigation bar on MultiSearch. Here you can browse for material by searching for its call number. At Macquarie we use the Library of Congress classification systemHere is an example of a call number of an item in the detailed record:

The first step is to select Call number from the Browse by drop-down menu. Next enter the call number you wish to browse forA search for QC801.A86 will return the exact item, whereas a search for QC801 will return similar items.

What is Browse?

In a title, author, or subject browse, you browse an alphabetical list, starting with the first word you type in. You need to know exactly what you're looking for and you go to that particular entry on a list.