Imagine you need the book Gaia: una ciencia para curar el planeta by James Lovelock. After locating it in DiscoveryUPC , you get the following information:
It is a paper book. If you click on the title, the complete information on the document appears and which libraries have it.
For each library, it is indicated:
- the topographical, to locate it in the shelf (504 Lov, 502.3 Lov ...),
- if available, on loan, reserved, excluded from loan, etc. (state),
- the type of loan (normal, educational guide, weekend or bib info if you can not leave the library),
- The map of each library, to find the shelf where the copy is.
You can also reserve a copy if it is borrowed by another person, or to pick it up in your library (Reserve option). Check how to validate yourself.
If you can not find the document on the shelf
- Check the catalog that the document is really available.
- Make sure you are in the indicated library and in the appropriate section by consulting the map.
- Look at the tables and carts in case the document is for storage.
- Ask the staff for help.
Imagine you want to check the book Music, language and the brain by Aniruddh D. Patel. In the results list of DiscoveryUPC you see the following information:
This is a restricted e-book for subscription.
If you click on the orange box, you will see eBIB service information . You need to log in with the UPC credentials to access the full text.
You have found an article that interests you in Google Scholar. Although it appears in the search results list, it may be a paid journal article.
Once you have validated with the credentials UPC You will be able to access the full text, if we have it subscribed.