Answered By: John Harvard Last Updated: Jul 15, 2015 Views: 38
Many of our catalog records will include the table of contents, either as part of the record or as a link that opens a new window with the listing. You are more likely to see a table of contents for recent books. If there is a TOC included as part of the HOLLIS+ record, you will see it in the "details" tab, either in the record itself (scroll down for the "Contents" field), or under the "inks" list to the right of the screen (look for a link that says "Table of Contents"); see, for example, this book.
In Hollis Classic, you will see in-record tables of contents, but not TOCs that are externally linked.
If the TOC isn't included in the record, try the Google Books link, which sometimes provides it; if it's not there, try Amazon.com, which also sometimes provides it, or the publisher's website if the book is still in print.