If browsing the collection is not working for you, try searching the collection instead. There are four easy things you can do to make your searches more effective.
1.Use Boolean logic. In the keyword search, you can use the terms and, or and not to expand or narrow your search. For more information, click here.
2. Within the keyword search, include "UWM Book Arts" as your first search term. Use and to connect this to the remainder of your search. All of your searches should begin like this: "UWM Book Arts" and
3. Use truncation to get variations on words with a common stem. You can do this by typing part of the word followed by a question mark. For example, if you enter typ? the search will include type, typo, typography, etc.
4. Use field codes. PantherCat is a database, and like all databases, information is entered into specific fields. In PantherCat, these fields are coded. By using field codes, you can restrict your search to certain parts (i.e. fields) of a record, such as publisher name, place of publication, or title keyword. You will learn about some of them in the next section of this pathfinder; click here for the full list of codes.