To increase the relevance of search results, limit search terms to library subject headings or subject words. Here are some examples:
diet -- china
food habits -- china
nutrition -- china
health policy -- trends -- china
industrialization -- health aspects
public health -- china
consumers -- china
consumption economics -- china
consumer behavior -- china
china -- environmental conditions
environmental degradation -- china
environmental protection -- china
pollution -- china
urbanization -- environmental aspects
rural development -- china
economic development -- china
city plannning -- china
Library Catalog (Cornell plus WorldCat libraries)
Featured on the Library Homepage, the Catalog includes Cornell online subscriptions and print holdings as well as records for materials available in thousands of libraries to facilitate borrowing. Also includes a small selection of journal articles. For a more specific Catalog search, use the Advanced Search link provided on the Library Homepage.
Classic Catalog (Cornell only)
The original online catalog for electronic and print holdings of the Cornell University Library. Includes journal titles, but not article-level citations. Information about holdings and connections to online ("networked") resources is more clear in the Classic Catalog. Use the Guided Keyword Search option to create a subject search.
Library of Congress Classification
Books are arranged on the shelf according to a classification system, created by the Library
of Congress, that organizes them together by topic. For example, DS is Asian history.
Olin Library's stack guide helps you locate the floor that contains the classification provided in the catalog for books and journals. Be sure to note information on "oversize" items on the right side of the guide.
The Asia Collections in Kroch Library also have a stack guide.