Probably the best way to approach searching for books in NUsearch is to start with a keyword search.
In addition to keywords, you can try using subject headings to find books. The main Library of Congress subject heading that refers to U.S. Latinos is Hispanic Americans.
The Hispanic Americans heading can be further subdivided by topical sub-headings, such as:
Use geographic sub-headings to help find books about Latinos in a specific region, such as:
You can also approach specific Latino ethnic groups, such as:
Or even Latin Americans living in the United States, such as:
You can request items from Chicago campus libraries be sent up to an Evanston campus library directly through NUsearch!
To place your request from the item record in NUsearch, simply click on the “Sign in to request” link next to the item, log in to your account, and follow the instructions.
UBorrow allows you to search for and request an item in real time from nearby CIC institutions with a guaranteed 12-week loan if NUL does not own it or it is currently checked out.
Feel free to suggest a purchase, too!