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How do I get into the regular library books not Ebooks?

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To get to our print book catalog, click on the WorldCat link below. Enter your search term, "music therapy". To limit to print books only, use the Format limiter in the left hand column.

Under the Format box, put a check in the box next to Books. Then uncheck the box next to eBooks. Now you have only print results. To see the catalog record of a book, click on the title link. From the catalog record, you can see call number, availability, and if available a summary and table of contents. Pay attention to the publication date, because some of the books are really old, so might not work for you.

I looked at the catalog records, and didn't see any books with chapters on autism. However, one or two of the books might still have good information for you. If you come into the library, we can look at the indices in the back of the books to see if autism is mentioned at all.

We do have much more available in the EBSCO eBooks on this topic, so you really might want to use some of the eBooks. I did a subject search, which I linked to below. Click on the link to see the results. To get into a book, click on the title link, then click the eBook full text link on the left.

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