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Is JMU Library Catalog going away now that we have Quick Search?

No, while Quick Search may be a useful tool for locating library materials, JMU Library Catalog will remain the authoritative database of JMU Library holdings.  It also performs circulation, acquisitions, billing, and cataloging functions. 

This page last reviewed by David Gaines on 10/19/2015.

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