A word about word searches...
You can search by WORD. In some libraries this is called 'keyword. 'For example, let's say there's a self help book you want to read, but you don't remember the author's name and you can't figure out what the subject heading might be. All you remember is that the title has the word 'zones' in it.
So you connect to Clark State's catalog and click WORD. When it asks you to type in a word, type the word 'zones.' You'll see a short list of books that contain the word 'zones' in their record, including Your Erroneous Zones by Wayne Dyer. Just what you were looking for!
WORD searches are a great way to get started doing subject searches. Once you've found a record for something that relates to your topic, scan down the screen a little and take a look at the subject headings. You can then perform additional searches using these terms.