There are two ways to search our book collections. First, use the search box in the Search Almost Everything section below. After your search, limit your results to books by going to the Refine Results column. In that column, find the Filter by Format heading and then check the boxes by Books and eBooks. You may need to click Show More to see all options.
The other way is to search the Classic Catalog:
All books in the library are given subject headings. These words describe the topic of the book, and books with the same subject headings are going to be about similar topics. If you can find one book on your topics, look at its subject headings and use those to identify new search words. Some of the examples in the Books by Topic section might help you identify subject headings.
You can also browse through subject headings related to business and economics below.
If you want to browse books on nutrition topics, go to McWherter Library. Books with call numbers starting with A to K will be on the 3rd floor; L to Z on the 4th floor.
Because McWherter Library is so large, it is best to start by searching for topics you're interested in via the Classic Catalog so you have a good idea about where books on your specific topic will be located within a specific subclass. Search for your topic and see which call numbers are the most common for books that seem relevant to you.