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Clicking on a title in the results list will take you to the full, consolidated record. The full record includes more information about the title, such as publication details, language and format. The amount of information will depend on the content of the source records supplied by the contributing libraries which hold that title.
You can use the < > buttons to skip to the next or previous record in your results set. You can use the << >> buttons to skip to the first or last record in your results set. The 'Back to results' button will take you back to the results list.
If the record contains an author or other names, you can click on any name to run a search in Discover for other records containing that name.
If the record contains related items, you can click on any title to run a search in Discover for other records for that title.
If a title is part of a series, you can click on the series title to search for more works in that series.
If the record includes subject keywords or terms, you can click on the terms to run a search in Discover for other records containing that subject.
If there is a book cover image for the title available, this will be displayed on the right.
The full, consolidated record is made up of information drawn from the original records of the different holding libraries. To view the original record of one of the holding libraries, including information such as local notes and copy notes, click on the name of the holding library in the 'ALL HOLDING LIBRARIES' list. If there is only a single holding library then the consolidated record and the original record will be the same.