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What is "Find in a Library" and how is it helpful?
Many of the publications from NCJRS sponsor agencies and those housed in the
collection are available at local libraries. NCJRS provides the "Find in a Library" service function for you to search these collections. At times it may be faster, cheaper, and/or more convenient for our users to access documents they find on NCJRS.gov at a library in their area.
is presented throughout the NCJRS site in various lists, search results, and on Abstract pages.
When you click on
NCJRS will send a formatted search to
, a consortium of over 10,000 libraries worldwide. On the WorldCat site you can discover if the document you are interested in is available in a local library.
To learn more, visit the
section of the Abstracts Database
September 5, 2019
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