There are currently 6 names in this directory beginning with the letter L.
A term used to describe materials that are created in accordance with copyright law.Â Items used with educational exemptions must be lawfully made; for instance, it is not legal to show a pirated copy of a film to a class.Â
Library of Congress Classification
A classification for library items that is used in the Library of Congress and many other libraries.Â Library of CongressÂ call numbers typically have one or two letters followed by whole numbers and decimal numbers.Â The Library of Congress section of the Library is located on the ground floor (basement).Â For more information, see theÂ Library of Congress Classification System guide.
An option in many databases that allows users to restrict search results by criteria not related to the subject.Â Common limiters include language, date, and format.Â Since limit options vary by database, check the Help screen orÂ ask a librarian.
The Library's link resolver, which is a tool that links you from an article citation to the full-text. See the entry forÂ citation.Â Look for the LinkSource icon in the Library's databases: