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Counselling Art Therapy - Vancouver: Find Books

Books at Adler

Searching the catalogue is the easiest way to find print and eBooks at Adler. Ask at the information desk for help finding books in the stack, or books in course reserves.

Searching for books in the catalogue

Adler University Library owns over 250,000 e-book titles you can read online or download, as well as over 3,000 print materials at the Vancouver Library.

Use the search box on the library's main page to get started.

Once you have searched, you can use filters to find eBooks, or books available in Vancouver.

Can't find the book?

Options to help you access print books:

  • Vancouver Public Library: It's often worth checking if the public library has a copy of the book you need.
  • Community borrower cards: Vancouver students may consider a community borrower card from UBC or SFU.
  • Suggest a purchase: Suggestions for new library acquisitions are welcomed. Please e-mail to recommend a purchase.

**At this time, the Vancouver Campus is not able to request print books through interlibrary loan. You can, however, request single book chapters or articles. To do that, log in to your ILLiad account.**

Be sure to ask the librarian for help finding other resources on your topic.

Finding a physical book

If the book is on Reserves or Reference, come to the library help desk and ask for it by the title of the book. You will need your student ID and can check it out for 2 hours.

If the book is in the Main Stacks, you will need to find the book by its call number.