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OneSearch is a search tool that lets you search, explore and cite, almost all of our library holdings and resources at once, using a single search box.
When you perform a search using OneSearch it searches our books, ebooks, data, government documents, magazines, videos, newspapers, images, music scores, audio holdings and more, PLUS most journal articles, and other academic found in our databases.
OneSearch also can search content outside of our library.
With Onesearch you can perform a much more targeted search than Google Scholar, but often less precise than a subject-specific database (e.g, PsycInfo).
OneSearch also inlcudesdiscovery of our research guides, DigitalCommons, and other open access resources.
When should I use OneSearch?
When you really aren't sure where to start on your topic. Get help in finding key terms, current events.
When you are searching an interdisciplinary topic that would be covered in multiple subject databases.
When you have searched other databases and still aren't finding a particular aspect.
There are library resources not included in OneSearch. For comprehensive or discipline-targeted searches, check out the databases listed in our Research Guides.
OneSearch Advanced Search
If you want to do more focused, specialized or complicated search, try using Advanced Search.
Using Advanced Search will give you more search options, such as:
Add more concepts or keywords for more precise searching.
Search by format type such as: book, ebook, image, article, etc.
Use other identifiers such as: author, title, DOI, journal title, date, etc.
Select by discipline
Select by full-texr
Exlude items ftom results
On the results page(s) you can further filter your results.