Answered By: APUS Librarians Last Updated: Jul 20, 2022 Views: 3902
An ISBN (International Standard Book Number) is a unique identification number for a book. Read more about ISBNs here. If you have an ISBN number for a book, you can use it to locate that book:
- Use Primo's advanced search to search by ISBN (see below).
- Use WorldCat to find books in a library near you.
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An ISSN (International Standard Serial Number) is a unique identification number for a periodical. Read more about ISSNs here. Note that this number identifies the larger publication - not the individual articles within it. If you have an ISSN number, you can locate that periodical:
- Use the advanced search options in Primo (see below) to search our library by ISSN.
- Use our library's Journal Titles search.
- Use WorldCat to find periodicals in a library near you.
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