Some examples of Library of Congress subject headings related to Chinese literature:
Search It is a catalog that lists not only WSU material, but also books that may be available through Summit, and Interlibrary Loan.
In addition to books, you can search Search It for journal articles, Internet resources, and media.You can create a Search It account in order to save books, email citations to yourself, and create lists of resources that can be shared with others.
When searching Search It, you will be able to tell if a book is owned and is available (not checked out) from the WSU Libraries when you see a green dot next to "Available at..." Here's an example just below:
Summit refers to a group of libraries in Washington and Oregon that partner with WSU to share resources. Summit items take about 3-5 business days to arrive at WSU. You will need to login with your network ID and password in order to request an item, and select a pick-up location. You can pick Summit items up at any campus library.
AVAILABLE FROM INTERLIBRARY LOAN
When an item is neither owned by WSU, or the Summit Libraries, you will see a red dot. These items will need to be requested through Interlibrary Loan.
In this case, you will have to try and request the item through Inter Library Loan. The time required for the request to be processed and received will vary according to whether the WSU Libraries are able to locate an institution willing to loan the item. You can begin the Inter Library Loan process by clicking "Request Item From Interlibrary Loan." If you have never made an Inter Library Loan request before, the system will prompt you to sign up for the service, providing some basic information, such as your address, department, and phone number.
Want to browse the stacks for Chinese literature? The Library of Congress call number range is PL 1001-PL 3208. These books are located on the 2nd floor of the Holland Library. A precise breakdown follows: