Answered By: Kathleen Donovan Last Updated: Jun 03, 2016 Views: 97
HOLLIS is the Harvard University Library's catalog of its collections of books, videos, dissertations, etc. There are 2 ways to search it: HOLLIS+ or HOLLIS Classic.
Choose HOLLIS+ for:
- Books and articles together
- Relevance ranked results
- Article title searching
- Spelling corrections and variant spellings
- More searchable Tables of Content and book chapters than in HOLLIS Classic
- Options to refine your results to available online, available in library (= not checked out), peer-reviewed articles, and more
Note: If you prefer the HOLLIS+ search engine but don't want articles in your results, use the "HOLLIS" tab.
Choose HOLLIS Classic for:
- More precise exact name searching (Title beginning with, Author, last name first, etc.)
- Default chronological sort order (most recent first)
- Browsable alphabetical lists of authors, titles, or subjects in several languages
- Call number searching and more kinds of call number browsing (e.g. Widener call numbers)
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