A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Brief summary of the content of a book, article, speech, or other material.Name, term, heading, or code in a bibliographic record with which library materials may be searched, identified, and retrieved. UC San Diego's Academic Computing & Media Services; visit this page for information on passwords and printing accounts. Activities related to obtaining library materials by purchase, exchange, or gift, including pre-order bibliographic searching, ordering and receiving materials, processing invoices, and the maintenance of the necessary records related to acquisitions.
Also referred to as online, digital, or e-reference. Writer of a book, essay, story, play, poem or other work.
Some works have two or more co-authors, while authorship for others is attributed to an organization, conference symposium, or institution.
Using special commands (operators) to tell a database system how words being searched relate to one another. Examples include Firefox, Internet Explorer, Netscape, Mozilla, etc.
The three basic Boolean operators are AND, OR, and NOT. TOP Unique location code that appears on the spine of a book or other item to tell you where it should be found on the shelves.
UC San Diego uses the Library of Congress call number system. Real-time service provided by librarians over the Internet that allows you to ask reference questions from anywhere.
Online database with detailed descriptions and location information for materials in a library collection. UC San Diego offers an Ask-A-Librarian chat service, as well as reference and information by email and text.Request delivery of materials from the annex to campus through the online catalog or Annex Request Form.List of works with descriptions and a brief summary or critical statement about each.Used to identify books and other materials in the library; read by a scanner when item is checked out.Also the 14-digit number found on the back of one's campus ID card.Set of rules and guidelines for citing references, as well as preparing and submitting manuscripts for publication from the American Psychological Association; detailed in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association.