Answered By: Elizabeth Ponder Last Updated: Nov 26, 2018 Views: 109
If you know the title of the play you can first look up the title in TigerCat to see if it's available that way. If it's not, look in Play Index, which is an online database that we have that is used to look up plays that are part of a collection (for instance, a play that's found in a book of plays or an anthology). From there you can look up the collection title in TigerCat to see if we own that particular item.
All books will be located in Jarrett Library - none of them will be located in another library on campus (for instance, the Music Library located in the Bennett Music Lab). If we don't own a copy you might put in a request for an Interlibrary Loan or, if you qualify and find the book in another Texas library, you might obtain a TexShare Card and visit that library in person (see the links below for more information on these programs). You can search libraries worldwide using Worldcat.org.
If you have any other questions please make sure to contact a librarian or other staff member at Jarrett Library.