Use McQuade's online catalog to find resources on your topic.
Keyword Searching vs. Subject Searching
More information about the difference between these search types, including pros and cons and examples of when to use each type, click on the "Keyword vs. Subject Searching" link below.
Subject headings are terminology carefully selected and applied to particular items so as to avoid the scattering of related subjects under different headings. When you are browsing through subject headings, you are looking through a collection of carefully selected relevant items.
These sample subjects will like you to a collection of resources available in the NOBLE catalog.
You can start with really broad topics
You can also specify by location, theme, style or genre
Additional subject headings can be found near the bottom of any catalog item page.
The library uses the Library of Congress Classification system. Find the call number associated with your subject to browse the stacks and discover the various books at McQuade on that subject.
To search for DVDs available at McQuade Library, select "Video (All)" from the Format drop-down menu then search for the title.
Many of the ebooks available to Merrimack College students can be read directly in your device browser without needing to check out the item or download extra apps.
To narrow your search exclusively to ebooks, change the format type from "All Formats" by selecting "E-book" from the format dropdown menu below.
The McQuade Library subscribes to several resources that provide you with access to ebook collections.