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More OneSearch FAQs!

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The Library website offers a new and improved version of OneSearch. You will be able to search for books, e-books, videos, articles, digital media, and more. The following are several FAQs about using the new OneSearch.

Q: Once I find an article in OneSearch, how do I get it?

A: Select the “Full text available” link for the article.

full text available link

Next, select one of the database links which will take you to the database that carries the full text of the article.

database link in Onesearch

Q: Once I find a print book in OneSearch, how to I get it?

A: Select the title of the book in your result list. The next screen will provide you with the floor location and call number for the book. There will also be a “Map it” link that, if selected, will provide you with the stack number of the book’s location.

book location in OneSearch

To access e-book titles, select the “Online access” link for the title of the e-book in your result list.

Online access link for ebook in OneSearch

On the next screen, select one of the e-book links to access the e-book online.

ebook link

Q: What if I want to search individual databases to find articles instead of using OneSearch?

A: You can still access individual databases from the Library homepage by selecting “Databases by Subject” or “Databases A-Z.”

database access from homepage