A library catalogue is a type of database. It is an organised collection of information. It provides information about all items held by or accessible through a library. These items may be in physical or electronic format.
a library catalogue shows what a library possesses. It can be searched in various ways and can display the location of the material. Most university library catalogues are largely computerized and are sometimes referred to as OPACs. UWS's library catalogue is Voyager. Voyager will tell you what books, videos, dvds, cd-roms the library holds ; what journal or database subscriptions the library has; location of items; floor plans; the ability to reserve items on loan to other users; the ability to renew your loans online; access to the catalogues of other libraries; links to the full-text of journals if available electronically.
A listing of library materials. The catalogue provides information about items in the library collections including the call numbers, library locations, titles, whether signed out by other patrons, and so on. See also Online catalogue and BISON.
The library catalogue lists the library's resources: books, journals and audiovisual items, in both print and electronic formats. Using your UWE ID number and Library PIN, you can place holds, renew books and check what books you have on loan and when they are due back. Link to: Library Catalogue Login.