Q. How does FinderWare find all the information about my books?
A. Once you enter information (the ISBN, the title, author and/or publisher), FinderWare searches the Internet for information on that book. The information it looks for includes: title; author; publisher information; a picture of the book; the number of pages; the book format; the book's Call Number, Control Number, Dewey Number, and MARC codes; keywords; price; and value. Because of the way FinderWare works, and Internet connection is required for the software to search for books.Return to FAQs