How are books (or videos) arranged in the Library?
Books are arranged by the Library of Congress Classification System. Call Numbers for books and videos start with one or two letters followed by numbers. Additional lines are used to locate the book more specifically. An outline of the Library of Congress Classication is useful for browsing the library's shelves.
How do I get a book not at the FLC libraries?
To borrow books, or other materials (except articles), from other libraries, request them directly using Prospector. They usually arrive in less than a week through a courier delivery system. If you don't find the title on Prospector, you can request it through InterLibrary Loan, which usually takes a week to 10 days.
How do I get to the content of an e-book in EBSCO?
To download EBSCO eBooks, see eBook Help. To just view the text on your computer screen look for eBook full-text link to the left in the full screen display for the specific eBook in EBSCOhost. For specific instructions for downloading a book to specific devices (iPhone, Android, Nooks), see Ebook Download Help,