These maps show the layouts of the two floors of Owen Library. You can print them out and mark them up for your scavenger hunt assignment.
If the book you need is unavailable at the Owen Library, consider requesting it through interlibrary loan. There are three options:
Option 1--Use this option if you've located the book through a search in Pittcat:
Option 2--Use this option if the book you are seeking is unavailable in any of the University Library System libraries:
Option 3--Use this option if the book you are seeking is unavailable in any of the University Library System libraries or EZ Borrow libraries:
PittCat is the main searching tool for all of the materials owned by the University Library System (ULS), including articles, books, ebooks, journal articles, ejournals, audio and video, digital images, government documents, microfilm and movies.
The PITTCat+ search box searches for materials of all types, including books, articles, videos, and online documents. Use the checkboxes in the Refine your search column on the left-hand side to focus your search by various parameters including content type, author, subject, and library location.
1. Go to PittCat Classic at library.pitt.edu
2. Type the journal name into the search box, hit enter, and use the Customize column on the right to narrow your search for journals. .
3. Click into the journal's catalog record. Check to see where the journal is located. If it's available online, click the link for access. If you are working off-campus, you may need to enter your Pitt username and password to access full-text content