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Looking for Books with Simple Search
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Looking for Books with Location Search
 
1. In this tour, we are going to learn how to find books that come from Asia. To do this, we can use the world search. The world search starts out by looking at North America and South America. We need to find Asia. So, click on the Arrow button to spin the globe. Sample Page
 
2. There, now we can see Asia and Oceania. Click on Asia to see what books we can find. Sample Page
 
3. Here we can see all the books the ICDL has that are related to Asia. There are books that take place in Asia, books from Asia, and books about Asia. Use the pulldown menus to select books from each of these sections, or narrow the results further by countries within Asia. Sample Page
 
4. To learn how to read a book go to the reading books section. To view more information about each book, use the pulldown menu to change the view. To sort the books in different ways, use the pulldown menu to change the sort. Sample Page
 
 
 

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