How Do I Find Books?Use discoverE, Emory's online catalog, to search holdings/collections in the Emory Libraries'. Below are tips and strategies you can use to employ more efficient and effective searches in discoverE. * Using discoverE -- Demonstrations. . .* Decoding call numbers. . .* Using the Web. . .* What if Emory doesn't have the book I want?* Where can I get research advice from a research expert? discoverE is now the default interface for searching the holdings of the Emory Libraries, but there is a link to EUCLID in the upper right corner of the discoverE home page, so that you can easily continue to use EUCLID as well. Both discoverE and EUCLID search the same holdings, so that you can use both to find the materials held by all the Emory libraries. However, there are some features of discoverE that you may find helpful: * Search results are identified by icons (Audio, Video, Book, Journal)* Search results can be sorted by Relevance, Date, or Popularity* Search results can be limited to online resources, or to only those items that are currently available* On the search results page, you will find suggestions for limiting your search results by collection, topic, author, library, resource type, genre, language, date, and Library Of Congress classification.