Answered By: Nancy Schuler Last Updated: Aug 10, 2020 Views: 12
What are you searching when you search OneSearch?
OneSearch provides a single point of entry to the physical and electronic materials that the Library provides access to for your research needs. When you search OneSearch, you search our physical catalog (books, DVDs, theses, physical journals and magazines, course reserves, etc.) and our electronic holdings (e-journals and magazines, electronic reference collections, etc.). However, OneSearch is not always the best place to start if you are looking for resources in specialized databases (see next question).
What is not included in OneSearch?
OneSearch is a great starting point but it is sometimes best to use the use the native interfaces to search specialized databases and collections. The nature of these collections make them difficult to search using OneSearch. Here is a summary of collections that are best searched in their native platform. You can find links to these collections on the Databases tab of the library homepage.
- Chicago Manual of Style
- DRAM Online
- Europa World Yearbook
- Interactive Chemistry and Human Anatomy
- Testing and Education Reference Center
Streaming video collections
- Chronicle of Higher Education
- New York Times online
- Wall Street Journal online
- Washington Post online
If you need help finding something, contact us for help.
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