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If you know the title of an item, you can search for it by using the Title point of access. (Remember that if the first word of the title is A, An, or The, you will search under the second word of the title instead).

For example, if you did a TITLE search for an item entitled "Space in the 21st Century", you would find the following:
You searched for the TITLE: Space in the 21st Century
Record 1 of 1
Call number TL790 .L395 1990
Author Lewis, Richard S., 1916-
TITLE Space in the 21st century / Richard S. Lewis.
Publisher New York : Columbia University Press, c1990.
Description 234 p. :ill.; 29cm.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. 225-227).
Note Includes Index
Subject Outer space -- Exploration
Space colonies.
Added title Space in the twenty-first century.

NOTE: If you cannot recall the exact title of an item, you can select the Keyword point of access and enter the title words you remember (in any order). See example.


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