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Library catalogs provide information about the books, documents, videos and journals that a library owns, often linking to online resources as well. You can use a library catalog to find books and other materials on a topic you are researching, to find out what the library has on that topic and if it is available in the library or in another library.

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The Campbell University Libraries catalog includes all of the materials held by other libraries on campus, including Wiggins Memorial Library, the main campus library for the Buies Creek campus, and the Gilbert T. Stephenson Business Library for the Lundy-Fetterman School of Business.


Search WorldCat: Law Library & Beyond

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A WorldCat search combines catalogs to bring together records from many libraries. This allows faculty, students, and staff to request and borrow books from other participating libraries via interlibrary loan.

The WorldCat catalog allows users to combine catalogs, such as:

  1. Campbell Law Library
  2. Campbell University Libraries
  3. Major Law Libraries
  4. Libraries Worldwide


Other Local Library Catalogs

Most local libraries make their catalogs freely available on the Internet, including:

  1. State Library of North Carolina
  2. North Carolina Supreme Court Library
  3. North Carolina Legislative Library
  4. North Carolina State University Libraries
  5. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Libraries
  6. Duke University Libraries
  7. Chapel Hill Public Library
  8. Durham County Library
  9. Wake County Public Libraries
  10. Library of Congress