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  1. Online Public Access Catalog OPAC/WebOPAC By Wilawan Tho-earmhelplib@kku.ac.th Library and Learning Resource Center

  2. What Is The OPAC? OPAC is the Online Public Access Catalog. It is the automated software used to provide electronic access to the library's collections. Use this system to find records of books & other materials located at the Libraries.OPAC is your key to finding books and other materials in the library.When you are looking for a book you will find that knowing how to use OPAC properly will help you find thematerials that you need.

  3. Where Can I Find The OPAC? Using the internet, go to “http://library.kku.ac.th”for access to the OPAC. 1 2 Click on the “English Menu" Home page of Library and learning resource centerURL: http://lib09.kku.ac.th/web/index1.html

  4. Where Can I Find The OPAC? Click on the “Web OPAC“ for access to OPAC.

  5. Main Menu

  6. What Will I Find OnThe OPAC? Menu 1 Search for : “books and other materials in the library” Menu 2 Search for : “index thai journals” Use the OPAC to find books and index thai journals.  It does not index English journals. If you want to search for a journal, use Online Database, which is linked on the front page of the Library pages.

  7. How Do I Conduct A Search On The OPAC? There are nine main ways you can search for books and media in the OPAC. They are as follows: AUTHOR, TITLE, JOURNALTITLES, SUBJECT, WORD, LC Call No., NLM Call No.,and ISBN.

  8. Author Search Select on the “Author" 1 2 3 Click“Search" Author “smith, cindy" Another specific search is an author search.This search will take you to an alphabetical listing of books by that author. Click on the title you wish to view.

  9. Title Search Select on the “Author" 3 1 2 Title “information literacy" Click“Search" One of the most direct way to find a particular book is to use a title search. If you know the title of the book you want,type in its full title, or as much of it as you know, in the search box and then use your mouse to click on the “TITLE” box. and Click on the search.

  10. Subject Search 3 1 2 A subject search can be a useful approach when you do not have a specific author or title in mind but you have a general idea of the topic you would like to research. For example, type in “biotechnology”and then click on the search box for “SUBJECT”, you will be directed to title listing of books.

  11. Search Results 3 1 2

  12. Print, Save, E-mail Marked record

  13. Print, Save, E-mail 2 1 3 1. select to format of list. 2. Sent mail. And save to local disk. And Screen or views books detial.3. Click Submit for print, save and sent e-mail

  14. Index journals Menu 2 Search for : “index thai journals” There are five main ways you can search for books and media in the OPAC. They are as follows: AUTHOR, TITLE, TITLES JOURNAL, WORD and SUBJECT.

  15. Search Results

  16. Thank you