To find all books, check off the eBooks and Books options in the Source Types filter on the left side of the SuperSearch results page.
Use the Title Search to find a book whose title you know. The tages underneath each result can tell you whether the book is avaiable electronically or on the shelf in the library.
Scroll to the Source Types filter in SuperSearch. In the filter, choose Reviews.
On the SuperSearch search results page, scroll down until you locate the Source Types filter on the left. Click on the both next to Academic Journals to limit your search results to journal articles.
Click on the box next to the "Scholarly (Peer Reviewed Journals)" filter on the left side of the SuperSearch results page.
You can browse the catalog by selecting "Browse Alphabetically: By Topic" and searching for a keyword. Then choose a topic, either more narrow or broad, from the results list, to find other works on that subject.
Items from a search will also have subjects linked in the description, once you click on the title. This is called the "detailed record" of an item. Click on the left-most subject term to browse that, or the right-most term to browse the whole string of terms together.
You can also search, instead of browse, for subjects. In a subject search, choosing the most specific subject, which is the term on the far right, results in a narrower search.
On the SuperSearch results page, browse the subjects below each results or in the Subject filter on the left to learn more about the topic. You can see more options by clicking "Show More" on the left. You can search or browse for subjects of your choice.
SuperSearch has filters, or what it calls limiters, on the left-hand side of the results page, that can narrow your search results.