WILDPAC searches materials from the WNE Law Library as well as D'Amour Library. This is also where you would go to search for course reserves.
You can search WILDPAC by keyword, title, author, or subject heading.
What is the difference between subject and keyword searching?
In keyword searching, you can use your vocabulary, and the catalog searches for those terms throughout in the item record: title, author, subject, chapter titles. You can combine multiple keywords to narrow or widen your search as needed. For example:
With subject searching, you must use a specific controlled vocabulary called Library of Congress Subject Headings to search for items. The easiest way to search by subject is to start with a keyword search. Once you've found one book on your topic, click on the tab "Find Similar Items" to see a list of subject headings. Click on a subject heading to search for other books with that same subject heading. Subject searching is more precise than keyword searching, but it takes some getting used to.