The Liberty Library uses an online web-based automation sevice called LibraryWorld.
Searching for Materials
On the Liberty Library homepage, click on the link near the top left of the page that says "Search the Catalog."
A new browser window or tab will open which will take you to the LibraryWorld homescreen for LIBERTY LIBRARY.
The 'Home' screen above and the screen that you get when you click the icon on left, both do a Standard Search. Enter a search term in the box and click the magnifying glass to search:
The default search index is "All Words" (or Keywords), but the drop-down box shows the different search indexes that are available. To find DVD, Audio, etc., it is best to search by 'Location'. You also have the options of how you want to sort your results.
A list of records will appear based on your search term. Click on the title link to view more details about the title.
You can also view in 'List' view.
And 'Shelf' view.
The Call Number will tell you the item's location, and 'IN' lets you know whether an item is available or not for borrow. You might also see 1 / 0 , which means the Library owns one copy but zero are available to borrow.
As you are searching, you can choose 'Add to Clipboard' to generate a list of items to save. Click on 'CLIPBOARD' icon to view and/or print your saved titles.
For an simpler look, click on 'SIMPLE' icon. Enter your search term and then click on All Words, Titles, Author or Subjects icons.
The 'ADVANCED' icon allows you to search multiple terms at the same time or use Boolean logic.