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Where to start?

If you are new user, please come to new user to read the information of library registration to get use of all services and collections.


My account in KOHA will let you see all the items which is located and avalaible in Tan Tao University. From the personal library page, you can see what items that you have checked out, checked in, history of reading. Moreover, You can also see your recalls and  hold request on-line in advance.

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My account in Dspace will identify whether you can access full text of the entire of E-Collections or not. It is also help you to refine your searching and follow up news of E-Collections. Specially, in some cases, you may also summit a materials which you want to donated for library or you want to share with our communities through this personal account.

Find a book

To get book at TTU Library, please following these recommended steps:

  1. Go to the  Catalog at TTU Library Website to search for titles, keywords, authors of the books.
  2. Choose and click on your wishing books from the list of searching results. 
  3. From the book record, you can see the information: title, author, subject, ISBN, book review, abstract, tags, classification number, available  for loan or not, holding or renew, etc. 
  4. After reading the above information, if you would like to pick that book from the bookshelves, please write down Classification number pn the book (Call number - DDC number classification - Check out the letters and titiles of the main classes of DDC). For example, 510/H123. 510 is classification number. H123 is coded author name. 
  5. Go to the shelve which named 500 (Natural sciences) ---> 510 (Mathematics) ---> From the 510, find H123. 
  6. If you see the word "Reserved" under the Call number and Coded author name, it means that book is not for loan.

 Ex: Find books by Call Number (Medical & Biotechnology)

Access LinK: List Call Number for School of Medicine & School of Biotechnology

Find an article

Select Library Database to search: 

TTU Library databases (also called indexes) are like search engines (but search journal, magazine, newspapers and other sources), usually dealing with a broad subject.

Library databases help you search for articles on a particular topic:

  • You may get desciption information of the article (author, date, ...; abstract, review, citation) which may help you to decide whether it is necessary to read fulltext.
  • Some library databases provide the full text of the article. Click on the fulltext button in the results to connect to the full text if we have it
  • Some contain records for government documents, books/ book chapters, dissertations, theses or images