Each person has his/her own distinct preferences. This includes methods for finding CIRCLE resources. The two most common ways to access these resources are browsing and searching.

Browsing allows you to see the contents of the CIRCLE database, structured by subject or topic. This is most useful when you are exploring and do not have a specific resource in mind. For more information, see the browsing help page.

Searching, on the other hand, allows you to see a custom-generated list of resources which match your query. You can, for example, look for resources with a given author or resources which match a specific word or phrase. See the search help page for more information.