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Communication Arts Guide: Find Books

Browse by Call Number

These are call number ranges you might want to browse for books about Communication topics:

  • HE6000-7500 Postal service. Stamps.
  • HE7601-8700.9 Telecommunication industry. Telegraph
  • HE8660-8688 Wireless telegraph. Radiotelegraphy
  • HE8689-8700.95 Radio and television broadcasting
  • HE8701-9680.7 Telephone industry
  • HE9713-9715 Cellular telephone services industry. Wireless telephone industry
  • HE9719-9721 Artificial satellite telecommunications
  • HF5717-5734.7 Business communication
  • HF5801-6182 Advertising
  • HM786-806  Organizational sociology
  • HM1106-1171   Interpersonal relations
  • HQ1-2044 – Marriage, Family, Sexuality
  • P87-96 Communication. Mass media
  • P94.7 Interpersonal communication
  • P95-95.6 Oral communication. Speech
  • P99.5-99.6 Nonverbal communication
  • PN1990-1992.92  Broadcasting
  • PN1991-1991.9  Radio broadcasts
  • PN1992-1992.92  Television broadcasts
  • PN1992.93-19 92.95   Nonbroadcast video recordings
  • PN1993-1999  Motion pictures
  • PN4699-5650  Journalism. The periodical press
  • Z551-656 Copyright
  • Z657-659 Freedom of the press. Censorship

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Books from Other USMAI Libraries

If you are a student, faculty, or staff member of Salisbury University, you have access to the library collections of all of the University of Maryland affiliated universities through our shared library catalog.  To borrow a book from another campus, follow these steps:

  • Select "Choose Campus" from the menu at the top
  • Choose a campus or USMAI for all the campuses
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  • When you find a book you want that is not at SU, click on the location link
  • Click the request button if the item is available
  • Log in with the information from your Gull Card and complete the request
  • The book will be available for you to pick up in in 3-5 business days

View a short tutorial that shows this process in action!

Books from Interlibrary Loan/Worldcat

Interlibrary Loan is a great tool that allows you to borrow a book from libraries outside the USMAI system.  Before you submit a request, make sure that we don't own the book here at SU or at one of the other USMAI institutions.  If not, you can submit a request through ILL Express

You can also search Worldcat, which is a huge catalog of materials from libraries all over the world.  If the book you want is in a library, chances are pretty good you will find it in Worldcat!  If you find the book you want and you know it is not available at SU or any USMAI campus, then you can click the Find It button and then request the book through Interlibrary Loan.  The advantage of doing it this way is that you don't have to fill in all the information about the book!

Click here to go to the Interlibrary Loan webpage  For more information, view a
short tutorial about Interlibrary Loan.