All books in the library are assigned a call number [NL: vindplaats], which can be found on the book spine. The call number is basically the book's 'address' on the library's shelves. Our call numbers are made up of letters and numbers and look something like this: SOC B80 49849.
The TiU library holds a separate collection of compulsory literature (books required for TiU courses) called the Student Library [Studentenboekerij=SB]. Call numbers for compulsory books begin with the collection code, followed by SB and the first four letters of the author's last name. Ex.: ECO SB HARR. (Note that some SB books are only available online.)
Student library books (SB books) may be consulted only in the library building. They are not for loan. For most of the SB books there's a duplicate copy that can be checked out.
Books are located on level 1 and 0 of the library.
To find a lendable book that is marked as available in WorldCat Discovery ➊, like the above example with call number SOC D45 50795 ➋, go to Level 0 of the library. Once you're there,
For SB books, go to Level 1 and proceed in the same way.
The answers to these questions can be found on the library's website.