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WorldCat and MelCat
MelCat and WorldCat
WorldCat and MelCat and alternative library catalogs.
MelCat stands for Michigan Electronic Library and searches across all academic and public libraries in Michigan
You can easily find books in MelCat.
To request materials from MelCat, you enter your WIN, school, and last name. It is automated so you it will ship to Waldo and if you need it sent to you contact us and we can ship it after it arrives
WorldCat is a bigger catalog. It searches academic libraries around the world and is a great place for finding books and articles.
You can easily search for materials in WorldCat
You will need to use Illiad to request the items. You will need to copy and past the information from WorldCat over to the IllIad request form.
Comprehensive catalog of books and other materials in libraries around the world. Contains millions of records in hundreds of languages. Items located through WorldCat must be requested through Interlibrary Loan unless they are also listed in the WMU libraries catalog. (Library Search)
Nonbook materials include (among other publication formats) the titles of journals and magazines, manuscripts, maps, electronic resources, websites, computer programs, musical scores, films, slides, sound recordings, conference proceedings, and videotapes.