What is ML Web OPAC?
ML Web OPAC is the catalogue of all material available in the library with information regarding this material on where to find it, whether it is available and how long you may borrower it for. Reservations can be placed on material that is currently on loan.
You can find the following materials on ML Web OPAC:
How do I get started on ML Web OPAC?
To use ML Web OPAC all you need to do is select one of the options displayed on the menu on the top of the page. You may choose to search for an item using one of the many search options available to you or you may choose to check your own borrower information goto the Patron menu.
How do I check for information regarding my own use of the library?
You may select 'Patron' from the menu at the top of the screen. This will ask you to enter your own personal log in name and password before you can proceed - this means that no one else may look at your information.
You may then choose to view information regarding your personal information or borrow transaction or Request New Media by clicking on the folder option at the left-hand side as the following details.
What search should I use?
Simple Search - Any positions
Keyword Search is a specific search for the given word from "Title", "Subject", "Author", "Note" or "Publisher"
Simple Search - Begin with/Exact
Please select a specific search from the available "Title", "Subject", "Author", "ISBN", "Call Number" or "Publisher"
Keyword Search is a specific search for the given word from "Title", "Subject", "Author", "Note" or "Publisher" or you could select a specific search
What is a search limit?
Search restriction is a useful technique After your search result is too many references in response to a search. It is possible to limit searches in a number of ways:
Selecting to limit a search by Database such as Book, CD-ROM, Journal article, Serial, Thesis then click search buttom.
Selecting to limit a search by the library then click search buttom.
Selecting to limit a search by the Collection then click search buttom.
Type publication year from/to then click search buttom.